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The s.a. Wanaka arrived from Dunedin yesterday afternoon and landed some forty totts of cargo. She took m about 100 tons .for Wellington, and sailed last night for tint port. The ship Knight of St. Michael, since he: arrival m port on September 15fch, has put out 1180 tons of ballast, and up to date taken m 16.000 sacks of grain. The stevedores are thoroughly well satisfied with the work of the non-Union men, and say they could not do better.

Wellington, September 30. A seaman on strike, named Henry T. Kelly, summoned to-day for failing to provide for lfis children, pleaded that his iunds were exhausted owing to his having been called out by the Maritime Council. The R.M. said ho had no sympathy with such a plea, and there was plenty of work if the men stirred themselves to seek *t, The matter was allowed to stand over for a week.

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AFFAIRS AT LYTTELTON., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2532, 1 October 1890

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AFFAIRS AT LYTTELTON. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2532, 1 October 1890

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