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Auckland, September 24, The miners at Ralph's Tnupiri colliery have gone out on strike again, notwithstanding a pledge that none of the coal was to be supplied to the Union Company. It is stated their object is to block all work ah the Taupiri collieries. The Ralph's will probably shut down all the summer. WolHng-ton Itnclng- Clnli. Wellington, September 24. The added money to be given at the Spring meeting of the Wellington Racing Club is £800. Captnro of a Wlu»l«v Bltjff, September 24. A whale was killed m the harbor here last evening after an exciting chase, visible to onlookers from start to finish. It is a right or black whale, about thirty-five feet long. JHimMkliitlon nf Pwrliam«nt Parliament will be dissolved on October 2nd, and a proclamation to that elfect appears m this week's "Gazette." Civil Srriiro rrnnuilloni, R. J. Collins, chief clerk to the Treasury, been appointed AssistantSecretary to the Department and accountant, vice Mr J. B. Hey wood, who was appointed Secretary on the promotion of J. C. Gavan to the position of AssistantController and Auditor. Mr C. A. Hickson, Deputy Commissioner of Stamps, has been appointed Secretary of the Stamp Department, vice J. S. Perrey, deceased. Blenheim, September 24 Mr T. L. Buick has announced that he will stand for the Wairau seat m the Liberal interest, It is also probable Mr S. J. MacAlister, auctioneer, who contested the seat at last election, will come forward. Mr H. Dodson, the present member is also m the field.

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2526, 24 September 1890

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2526, 24 September 1890

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