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THE AUSTRALIAN MARITIME STRIKE.

(Received August 29, 12.45 p.m.) Sydney. August 29. Two thousand wharf laborers to-day received strike pay. Melbourne, August 29 In some quarters an impression prevails that the Marine Officers Association have recognised that they have committed an error of judgment m affiliating with the labor bodies. It is said thsy were anxious to meet shipowners separately, so that the griev-. ances of other bodies might be dealt with on their own merits. This feeling was considerably enhanced on receipt of official information that m Melbourne both the Officers Association and various labor bodies had agreed that it was a great mistake to continue the tight on present lines. The Officers Association, at any rate, are anxious to be relieved from obligations. It is understood the several Maritime bodies, so far, however, have taken no active steps to give effect to those ideas. i

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THE AUSTRALIAN MARITIME STRIKE., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2504, 29 August 1890

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THE AUSTRALIAN MARITIME STRIKE. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2504, 29 August 1890

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