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WILL REMAIN THERE UNTIL FEBRUARY.

The strike leaders in prison are being kept apart from the other prisoners. They will be permitted to see visitors, and to transact certain business. As the Supreme Court has just held its quarterly session, if committed for trial without bail, they will have to remain in gaol till February. Strict precautions are being taken for their security. The guard baa been doubled, and the men carry rifles loaded with ball cartridges or buckgbot, and are under orders to use them if necessary.

WORK AT WELLINGTON WHARVES.

Wellington, 11 50 a.m. Several coastal steamers are being worked at the wharves, in addition to the deep eea boats.

The carting of goods to and from the wharves proceeds uninterruptedly, a large number of substitutes taking the places of the regular drivers.

The Willochra will leave for Sydney to morrow, and the Athenic for London about Tuesday.

A CONTRADICTION.

Colonel Heard flatly contradicts the statement made by Mr Robertson, M.P., in Parliament that be gave orders to special constables.

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WILL REMAIN THERE UNTIL FEBRUARY., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4349, 14 November 1913

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WILL REMAIN THERE UNTIL FEBRUARY. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4349, 14 November 1913

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