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The Labor Troubles.

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London, March 31. The. Metropolitan Gas Company has refused to employ Unionists, owing to the « threat of the leaders to strike wit&oiib notice., . r ...3 At a meeting of workmen a resolution- - was passed; in favor of holding a celehjra-r^r*"' tion in Mjiy on th.§ subject- oi tho • Inters) v national Eight Hours' Bill. The Durham colliery demand improved sanitationan^d housing. f t^ r;1 ' * The Dock Jtfnion has voted' £1060 in of th^e Liverpool strikers. Mabrid, April |, The trade unionists at Catalonia h^^ gone out on strike, demanding a reduction in the number of hours of-work. .—rr.--.^r> -„„ , -, . Vienna, April M Pif tpeji thousand maaons engaged in the #y * city haye gone out on strike, demanding nine hours 1 labor, Their action has re- J, suited in throwing 30,Q00 artisans out of *K < work.

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The Labor Troubles., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2391, 2 April 1890

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The Labor Troubles. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2391, 2 April 1890

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