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THE SITUATION IN LYTTELTON.

Charterers and shippers have been making efforts to have the Home ships loaded with Union labor, but the Executive say they cann6t fall m with the request until Lhe present dispute is settled, their orders being to block all work m the Port. ' Everything last night was very quiet, i

■——, ——■■*>. i and as the non-Unionists proceeded to town by the 5.15 train, there were groans from some striker?. A Junior was current yesterday that there was a chance of a conference being held m Australia to agree to terms of conciUiiiKiHi.

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THE SITUATION IN LYTTELTON., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2513, 9 September 1890

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THE SITUATION IN LYTTELTON. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2513, 9 September 1890

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