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The Labor Troubles.

'.. ' .[PER PRESS ABSofSiTncd»^[V > '}'- >■/ -.:-; ■••:'■•<„■ ..-'LoKDON^.'li^y 5. :'!'' It is estimated that a quartet"; of a \; r million, men' were present'; at' the* eight • ■ hours. demonstration- yesterday^ > Large parades of workmen took ,' place yesterday'atTlyni'outh; Binning- ■{'') ham, Northampton, Dublin, Lisbon, and in Canada. ) San; Fbancisco, May 5. • '■: A strike is imminent on the eight ■'',: hours question. :,,-, ...fV : ; ' WABHINfITpsr, May 4. < will discuss the eight hours 'l question and trusts. A Bill regulating , the operations of^sejreirall of '"the? great monopolies ,knbwn as " trusts" has .b^en.-paased.'f.f^/^^ri^frfsr.A / The troops at Roubaix have been reinforced, butjthe disorder continues. An^Anarcfiist Hynamite"fSct6*ry has been discoyeredbat JLyons. • Madmd, May 5. - >; A of ; the leaders f|pf the ; disturbance at Barcielb^wereeltied by court-martial. Affairs in" Spain are • quieter. >":'^ (deceived May 76/ IS. 25 p.m.) „ --.• - - - - Lonpo% May 6. ,;] ; Speaking at; HydejPatk John Burns stated tha£ the* Australian, workmen wereagitating for 7 hours to constitute a day's labor.

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The Labor Troubles., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2422, 6 May 1890

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The Labor Troubles. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2422, 6 May 1890

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