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The Labor Troubles

[per press associatiox J Melbourne July 13. The Premier having refused an interview with the unemployed, the crowd proceeded to the railway station, and interviewed Mr Richard Speight, Chairman of the Railway Board, who promised to submit their representations to the Chief Secretary. Subsequently the unemployed held an indignation meeting, at which resolutions were carried censuring Ministers for their unconstitutional treatment, and declaring the establishment of. relief works necessary. The Shearers' Union has notified squatters that they have arranged with all the water-side Unions to combine to prevent the shipment of wool sheared by non-Union labor.

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The Labor Troubles, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2467, 15 July 1890

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The Labor Troubles Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2467, 15 July 1890

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