WAIHI MINERS' UNION.
(By Telegraph.—Owu Correspondent.) WAIHI, this day. A Bioeting of the Miners' Union wa* lield on Saturday evening to consider the resignations of the president and vice-president, which were consequent upon the apathy of members in not at- ' tending meetings. Owing to many roj quests miule, both officiate reconsidered ■ their decision, and decided to remain in office till the end of their terms. The following were elected to till vacancies on tha Management Committee n i Moss;-*. Blair, McLennan, Morgan, Hicfa- .'•-■"• Bock, and Keesu
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