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LABOR QUESTIONS.

[PER PB.BSS ASSOCIATION.]

Auckland, Sept. 10. Ralphs miners went out on Saturday because 150 tons small coal, sold to local merchants on condition that it shou.d not be civen to Union Companys vessels, was supplied to the mail boat Zealandia. This vessel, the merchants considered, was not a Union Company steamer. Ihe men returned this morning on assurances being given that this would not happen again. _ , , iK Weixington, September 15. The boiler makers, at another meeting, almost unanimously resolved to ac -W to the determination not to work for the UTtman PSdi 8 slkhtly better this morning and has partly recovered consciousness. TMARUt SeF tember 15. The RM. gave fourteen days' hard let off as not concerned m the actual assault. The R.M. said he took the view that the affair was a drunken freak rather than a Union demonstration, or he would have inflicted the fullest penalty. Paxmekston NoRTn, September 15. About 150 farmers attended a meeting to consider the advisability of forming a farmers co-operative fassociation, on the same lines » the one at Chmtchurch. The resolution was almost unanimously carried m favor of a Co-operative Association. -

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LABOR QUESTIONS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2518, 15 September 1890

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LABOR QUESTIONS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2518, 15 September 1890

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