(Received Sept, 11,11 a.m.) London, September 10. The strikers at Southampton storied the military, who dispersed the crowd at the point of the bayonet. Several persons were wounded. Sydney, September 11. The Home steamer which tbe Unionists refused to load with nonunion wool has completed loading and taken her departure. [(Received September 11, 12.30 p.m.) Sydney, September 11. \ The Tarawera expects to be able to get away to-day. The Ohau is waiting at Newcastle to coal, and if she is not successful m getting a cargo she will proceed, to ;! :pßrisbane1 to 1 load. ' ' f The Hauroto will probably leave m a day or two. The Union Company will give passages to New Zealand to r.U the men who have left their vessels. m terms of their articles. Christchurch, September 11. Twelve more men have been arrested lor disturbing non-union labourers, and among them two prominent Unionists. They will be brought up before the Court this afternoon. Two were discharged on arriving at Chriatchurch owing to insufficient information. DtiNBDiN, September 11. Bishop Nevill has addressed a circular .to his clergy which concludes thus: — " Should you think it well m the present * unhappy struggle to allude .to it m y6ur sermons, I venture to suggest it would seem more likely to do good if you pointed out breaches of Christian principl*a involved m such a condition as now prevails, rather than to go into the merits of economical and commercial problems, which we are not specially qualified^ to solve." ___
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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2515, 11 September 1890
Ashburton Guardian Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2515, 11 September 1890
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