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LATE TELEGRAMS.

THE RUMOUR DISCREDITED. (By Telegraph.—Press Association.) WELLINGTON, this day. A telegram from Wanganui regarding the possibility of a strike of coalminers is discredited in official circles here. It was pointed out to a "Post" reporter that, even if the rumour had any foundation in, fact, the present would-be most inopportune for a strike from a miner's point of view, as there must be fully 400 men out of work at Millerton. The Minister for Mines states that, as far as he knows, good relations exist at the mines. - , . A CABMAN KILLED. CHBISTCHURCH, this day. A cabman named Isaac Randall fell ■from the dickey of his cab early this morning, and sustained injuries from which death resulted on his removal to ■the hospital. A CASE DISMISSED. WELLINGTON, this day. The charge against the young woman Kathleen Hogan, of concealment of birth, was dismissed by Mr Eiddell, S.M. He held that no jury would convict on the evidence.

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LATE TELEGRAMS. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 71, 24 March 1909

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