The Labor Movement.
[per tress association.] London, April 11. The Midland colliery owners having conceded 40 per cent increase to the miners, the leaders of the strike discoui'age any further agitation being carried on xintil Christmas. Three hundred thousand members of the Trade Unions, Radical Clubs, and Friendly Societies will hold a demonstration in Hyde Park on May 4th in honor of the eight hours' movement. The London Trade and Labor Council have resolved to ignore the Chamber of Commerce, and leave Trade Unions and employers to settle their own disputes. It has also been agreed to allow delegates from the Female Unions to become members of the Council, Paris, April 11, ! Despite the order of M. Constans, forbidding a demonstration on May Ist in favor of eight hours' labor, the Socialists arc determined to parade the : streets with 200,000 men on that day.
New York, April 11. Carpenters have given notice that they intend to go out on strike on May Ist, demanding eight hours' labor.
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The Labor Movement., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2400, 14 April 1890
The Labor Movement. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2400, 14 April 1890
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