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The Labor Trobles.

[pee press association.]

Rome, April 30. The Pope has written to the Archbishop of Cologne requesting. him to exhort the Bishops to mediate in the strikes which aretakingplace in various parts of the Continent.. " j Paris, April 30. I

The of Boulanger urge him to return to Paris in order'to take part in the labor celebrations.

The leading supporters of General Boulanger have left town, fearmg that if they remained they would be arrested.

Marquis Mores, who was arrested on a charge of inciting, the army to join the Anarchists, had letters in his pos-' session which will implicate the Due de Luynes in a, Royal, conspiracy, which was to take place during the labor celebratiuns, and a warrant has been issued for his arrest.

The Government have discovered the Anarchists stock of iron-tipped bludgeons and revolvers which was secreted in the city.

Fourteen hundred street hawkers have been arrested on a charge of being connected with the Anarchists.

M. Constans is confident that the measures taken by the Government will prevent any : outrage being committed during the labor demonstration, and he threatens to surrender 5000 Foreign Anarchists.

Louise Michel, who recently 'd delivered a seditious speech to the Anarchists, advocating dynamite as essential to the attainment of their objects, has been arrested.

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The Labor Trobles., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 2419, 2 May 1890

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The Labor Trobles. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 2419, 2 May 1890

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