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Latest Telegrams.


(Received September 23, 10.50 a.m.) Sydney, September 23. His Excellency the Governor has lefused to sanction the employment of Imperial officers, holding appointments m the colony as instructors, m connection Avith internal disturbances of the colony. £200 has been subscribed by citizens for assistance of members of the police force who may be injured m the execution of their duty. Newcastle, Sept. 23. Miners at the northern colliery were prepared to cut coal for the steamer Jubilee, but the Directors refused to allow them unless they agreed to cut for non-union and Union vessels alike, Melboijkne, September 23. The stevedore foremen have been called out. (Received Sept. 23, 11.30 a.m.) London, September 22. It is not proposed to send any foreign, labor to Australia, but the Shipping Federation is inquiring the amount of non-union labor available for use m England m case of emergency. The Dockers' funds are low owing to 130,000 of the members having struck during the year. Mr Gladstone, m a letter to the Secretary of a Trades Union, states that the Trades Unions are founded on the principle to guard with honor the respective trades. The " Star," commenting on the split m the New South Wales Cabinet over the labor difficulty, and Sir Henry Parkes' action, wonders that an old chartist Trade Unionist like Parkes has not interfered before.

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Latest Telegrams., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2525, 23 September 1890

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Latest Telegrams. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2525, 23 September 1890

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