Wellington, September 24.' Representatives of the labor party waited on a number of publicans, soliciting aid ior styifcers, and wire fairh I successful. ' * _ The man Jerrard still lingersU bii^S r 08? 1**1*1^110"*^ st»te that there is Mtle hope of his ultimate recove^.^aM „ lilie Arawa ls being discharged by non- ! Unionists brought from fyttdttafW™ TJle Mian Patrick Long, arrested for te^fcenmg grievous bMfly-farm to the ffgineer pf the Wm, was charged ;at the Magistratfe's' Coiirfc this morning with stealing a,revolver and pair of trpuisers, the more serious charge beimr witlidr^wi|. Accused was acquitted. '• Government liave received a reply from the Dnnedin Wharf Laborers' xS&SSL « they will send two delegates to the lSot Conference. The Dunedin Empkißßrt ctosider tlie question on- ThursdaTMr Bfillar, Secretary of the Hwjfioii 4in<cil, replies that as the employers statetliey have no grievance, .some qufeftM^should ibe set down for discussion before the I Uonference meets t , ; : Bunedin, Septemlwr 24. ; Ten hands^ere kndcltid off at Hillside workshops yesterday, and 20 others, have received notice. Th« ' report that this number includes Union officers m hicorrect. !"|Th3 charge i\ga,imb Gktovgc: McK^owns 1 op provokhig a breach off fclio ptmee by sllouting "fhiwv- him'over "'m a crowd! was, following, a mnn to tlin Te Anaui yesterday,, was hwd this* mouuiiae^ asw2 awmissied^
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Latest Telegrams., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2526, 24 September 1890
Latest Telegrams. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2526, 24 September 1890
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