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THE CARDIFF DOCKS AND RAILWAY STRIKES.

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London, August 12. The Directors of the Cardiff Docks and the Railway have again rejected the terms proffered by the men. Soldiers are in readiness to keep order. The Directors of the South Railways are taking joint action for the purpose of importing labor to re-open traffic under the protection of the poHce. Negotiations with the strikers) at Cardiff are still proceeding. .',:. The Trades' Council has appealed to employers and workpeople to put a stop to the systematic practice of working overtime. (Received August 13, noon.) London, August 12. Owing to the prospect of violence being committed, trains at Cardiff have ceased running. Thousands of strikers are engaged on picket duty.

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THE CARDIFF DOCKS AND RAILWAY STRIKES., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2490, 13 August 1890

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THE CARDIFF DOCKS AND RAILWAY STRIKES. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2490, 13 August 1890

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