(Received Sept, '8; 10.35 a.m.) London^ September 6. • Owing to the resignation; ot the members of the Parliamentary Committee of the Traded Congress, who object to eight hours instructions, it was announced that Burns h>s passed on to the committee- , The" announcement was received with mingled cheers and groans. New York, September 7. The non-unionists on, the New York Central railway haye armed themselves with revolvers for protection against ill-usage by the Unionists. Sydney, September 8. The Taieri sailed for Wellington, via Brisbane, where she will take m; coal. Eleven steamers have got away from Sydney since Saturday. ; f At a meeting of the Broken Hill miners 5000 were present. They condemned the faction of the) owners m shutting down as unjustifiable, and demanded that the men should be called out. The executive met later on, and decided to instantly call out the men. Nearly 9000 men are thus affected* Five hundred pickets patrolled last night for the purpose of preventing non-union labor entering the mines. Melbourne, September 8. Sailed—Monowai, for the Bluff. Ai rived—Union. Company's new steamer Taviuni, from Greenock ! The Employers'; Union, m reply to a request from the Trades and Labor Council for a Conference, state that the action taken by the "various Trades and Labor Councils, and'involving all trade organisations In Australia and New Zealand, had deprived the Victorian Employers' Union of the privilege of effecting any local basis of settlement, and had, given the dispute quite an international character. Nothing could be done till after a Conference of Employers which) is to be held m Sydney. ■ ; The Typographical Society has given £500 to the strike fund. Wellington, September 8. The Union Company has found Wellington the worst of all p»rts to work, owing to the> scarcity of labor. The "Times" says the Premier has ' withdrawn from any attempt at mediation for the present. Sir Harry looked into the matteri' but did not find that he was likely to be successful just now. >. ' ;.-. li Over 150 tons of flour, and* potatoes have come m from Waivarapa, besides large quantities from Blenheim and Manawatu. Seventeen officers have rejoined the Union Company. Officers who came down by the Penguin declined to see Mr McLean, but desired, to go on South. Capt. Highman has also asked for a passage South. A dray of Oofcterell and Co.'s 'was hooted on the wharf this morning, aiid the pin taken out by the crowd. It was Sent back inconsequence. '. ..-,.,- .;, NkwpN.Sept. 8.. At the Wesleyan Church liakt night, the Key F. Isitt, also President of the Nelson Labor Union, said it was almost unpardonable that, a man of Stout's sagacity and education should give such^ advice as that contained m letter to the Otago "Daily Times." If such,advice,was not the result of political insinqerity^it argued the existence of amazing^, mental and moral "fog." His position was absolutely untenable on any principle of right.
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Latest Telegrams., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2512, 8 September 1890
Latest Telegrams. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2512, 8 September 1890
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