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Chkistchukch, September 6. The Secretary of the Canterbury TypocrapMcal Association telegraphed to Mr Millar:—The Executive of the Typographical Association here think it a mistake to muzzle the Press by forcing the withdrawal of Union Company's advertisements. Reply "urgent" if it is intended to be general, 3tr Millar replied " No good viould be done by that, as they cannot publish the time-table." Auckland, Sept. 6. The Uniort Company will pay men on strike full wages up to time of discharge. Cook's Glassworks are closed through the strike. .„ , It is stated that strike pay will not be forthcoming for many Union men on strike. , t . , Goldie's timber mill is close Hw»ugn the strikes. Things are quiet to-day. The great labour demonstration and procession this afternoon is expected to be very largely attended. "Wellington, September 6. A number of officers have returned to the Union Company, and more have intimated their intention of doing so. The number altogether is about thirteen. TheTekapo and Wanaka arrived late, haying left Lyttelton at 7 p.m. on Wednesday. The weather was too thick to enable her to pick up the land. The Tekapo did not come to the wharf, and leaves again at 3 ; takes no cargo, being full. Dtjnediin, September 6. . A number of merchants have resolved to give 24 hours notice to carters and sfcoremen to choose whether they remain m their situations or leave the Union. It is understood that documents are being numerously signed by merchants, undertaking to give carting to Duthie and Co., and Campbell and Crust, those firms having determined to discharge their duty as common carriers. This is regarded as ,» countermove to the proposal to get up a. public carting company.

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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2511, 6 September 1890

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Ashburton Guardian Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2511, 6 September 1890

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