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Latest Telegrams.

(Received Sep. 2, 10.30 a.m.) Melbourne, September 2. The Seamen's Union hava decided not to call the sailors put of the Monawai, but to leave this to be done upon the return of the vessel to New Zealand, if necessary. Fourteen hundred'special constable^

have been sworn m. Lawyer's clerks have offered their services m a body. The iegal profession has subscribed £3000 to the employers' fund. Dalgety and Co., of London, have cabled, sending £10,000 to the Employers' fund. Employers, pastoralists, steamship owners, and colliery proprietors next j week consider proposals emanating from the Trades Hall for a conference. The city was again lighted by gas last night. Sydney. September 2. The Orient mail steamer left up to time The Mararoa is discharging by the help of non-union labor. Fully one hundred men are employed on the Union Company's wharf. The stevedores have formed an Association which has the full support of the southern colliers and Steamship Owners' Association. After September Bth the Gas Company will cut off the supply between sunrise and sunset. The Directors state they may have to call on the public to forego the use of gas altogether m order to maintain street lighting during the strike.

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Latest Telegrams., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2507, 2 September 1890

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Latest Telegrams. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2507, 2 September 1890

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