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DISUNION IN THE LABOR RANKS

Dunedin, August 29>. The officers of the Waihora, Hukaki, Mawhera, Mahhmpua, and Graf ton have refused to come out of the ships, and mean to remain loyal to their employers.

Ohristchuboh, August 29. About 400 persons went to port to-day by the 12.10 train. The Union Company engaged a number of hands to help to unload the boats. Fanners and their sons offered their Services, while merchants and others were also m the train. About 800 persons were on the platform at Cjhristchurch to see them off, and there was a little groaning, buttio disturbance, The Union Company state they have, as much labor as they want to unload the vessels. " „..■■ I

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DISUNION IN THE LABOR RANKS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2504, 29 August 1890

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DISUNION IN THE LABOR RANKS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2504, 29 August 1890

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