[jPEII PRESS ASSOCIATION.] tinycttttinX Cliln«»e. Wellington, August 12. Steps are to be taken to put a stop to Cliine.se trading m the city, and at a meeting of delegates from the Trades and Labor Council and the Master Grocers Association a resolution was adopted calling on every Union affiliated to the Trades and Labor Council to immediately pass a resolution insisting upon their respective members and their families at once discontinuing the purchase of groceries, fruit, vegetables, and other goods from Chinese storekeepers m the city and recommending that a Vigilance Committee be appointed by each Union to see that effect be given to the above resolution, and suggesting that a public meeting of,citizens be held for the pur> pote of urging upon all classes of the community the desirability of d'scontinuing the present large support accorded to Chinese storekeepers. X'rerziiig' Work* at Tinißvii Timaku, August 12. Arrived—Elderslie, from London, via Melbourne. She brings 60 tons of machinery, for the extension of freezing works, the buildings of which are completed, and the plant will be at work by the middle of October. V)ireat.«>n«<l label. DuNEDijr, August 12. The Law Society unanimously passed a resolution declaring Mr Findlay, solicitor, free from any imputation of dishonorable conduct, and charges against him not being sustained, an apology is demanded from the "Evening Herald," failing which an action for libel will be commenced.
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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2489, 12 August 1890
TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2489, 12 August 1890
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