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Latest Telegrams.

(Received Sept. 17, 10.35 a. m ) Sydney, September 17. The Cabinet has had a. serious aspect of the strike matter, under consideration, but the resu.lt of their deliberations is not known. \H . .:{§ Every precaution to preserve order will be takea. ■i- ■ -r Owners ridicule the idea that by calling out the affiliated trades, public opinion will force them to give way They state that, as they were runnan" at a loss before the strike, no force of public opinion would induce them tr> resume under the old conditions; rather *han be coerced they say they will layup their boats altogether.. The various labor bodies have determined that-the question at the next general election shall be Unionism v non-Unionism. _ Melbourne, September 17. The intercolonial shipping trade has greatly improved, the wharves nowdisplaying much activity., . Brisbane, September 't?. The Colac has arrived and is "being discharged by non-union labour*

Wanganui, September 17 Matters connected with the labour difficulty are all quiet nonr.. A meeting of the Railway servants was held, but nothing was decided, Wi^jngton, September 17. The Railway Executive telegranhed yesterday to the Commissioners, askin* £ tfeei^ r wo"ld !eceive a deputation from the Executive to confer about toe present unsatisfactory state of suspeasT \ I'T lWe ' arran^e for fch« reiisiSte" ! me»fe of the men called out. Th^om jmssioners reply to-day that if they agree, to reinstate the men there vmM bt S guarantee they might no* be called out.' again when it suited the BxeMrtare.!' They cannot conseo^feosuch a mischievous, precedent, aqd cannot reinstate th</men. Ihe rep^wMs up :-'«After tteattempfc vrkic^, you have made -to paralyse the- ' service, and introduce into it illegal and disorderly pwdfcfces^'the Commissioners declm© to meet you, or father discuss this juatyer with you." Dunemn, September 17. The Mbnowai leaves here late tomprrojv afternoon. Her entire crew Is non-Union with the exception of cooks' and steward's, who decide at one o'clock wha,t action they will hike. It is understood a number of these will remain by the ship, whatever decision is arrived at There is nq difficulty m loading or. «n^

loading the various hatches. Captain Carey expresses himself perfectly satisfied with the crew, and says on leaving Williamstown there was a surplus of 20 hands over the number required to work the ship.

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Latest Telegrams., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2520, 17 September 1890

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Latest Telegrams. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2520, 17 September 1890

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