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The Labor Troubles

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London, June 124. j, j.The dock intend to hold a cdiigress^ in autumn" to celebrate the success of, the of last year. ; •'. i '.; 'Wv'i. Sydney, June 26.. The "Daily Telegraph," in comment-: ing on the wharf laborers' difficulty, describes their position as wretchedly mii defensible, 'an'ch says no doubt they areaware of this themselves, but having become jsjj accustomed; jn?the past to the employers i&rst making a show of resistance and then finally yielding tol<thb 'dejrtands', they have been temptedito go to an absurd extreme. It concludes by stating the men are now startled to find that the 1 employers have a semblance of backbone. •'■ , It is understood that the |wharf laborers and employers will hold another conference- to-morrow,- when probably a basis of arbitration will be arranged. The owners held a meeting to-day, and the laborers meet to-night, and there is just a hope that matters may be amicably arranged. " \

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The Labor Troubles, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2452, 27 June 1890

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The Labor Troubles Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2452, 27 June 1890

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