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INTERPROVINCIAL

■ [per press association.] : Wellington, July 21 In the Divorce Court the Chief Justice made a rule absolute m Elly v Elly (husband's petition), and Scale V Scale (wife's petition). ' I It is stated that if the report of the Committee appointed by the Federated Trades and Labor Council to enquire if the compact with the woollen company is heing carried out is unfavorable, the Company will call a meeting of share* holders, to< consider the desirableness of closing the mill. A private telegram from Greymouth received m town, to-day, states that the men have definitely declined td accept the reduction m wages, Submitted by the Grey Valley Coal Company, and have anticipated the. threatened lock-out by going out on strike. ,',.."'■ ' f Dusewn, July 2, Tlie trotting dispute, whether Mis Nettie or Crowhurst s Sppt is entitled tos the stakes for the trotting race, at the Dunedin J.C. Anniversary meeting was before the Supreme Court to-day. After hearing Mr Chapman, and evidence on behalf of Crowhurst's Spot, 'the Judge said he did not see how. he :■ (Mr CroWhurst) could succeed. Miss Nettie wais declared the winner, that side not being * called on, Mr S. James, Secretary of flic D. J.C, having admitted that no-notifica-tion was given that racing was under the rule of the Canterbury Trotting Association. ■''■''

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INTERPROVINCIAL, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2457, 3 July 1890

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INTERPROVINCIAL Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2457, 3 July 1890

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