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Labor Questions

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London, September 24. The Shipping Federation is prepared to prevent the blocking of Australian fahi] >s. ' John Burns says the sooner the struggle. ..with the combined masters the better., The men must win. The London Trades Council have issiusd a manifesto declaring that'the failureof the strike m Australia will be the herald of disaster at Home. The Yorkshire miners vote .£2OO for Australia. ' . ' : "" t , Foremen are being imported from j Hamburg to replace men who went out ;at Southampton.. Sydney, September 24. Rapid progress is being ;made with the carting of wool down to the sJiips, and there has been no further disturbance. Only a portion of the shearers are out, and it is expected many will refuse to leave work. Bkisbane, September 24. The Central Queensland barriers have refused, to strike. . Mklbouunk, September 24. The Chfef Officer of the Union Company's new steamer Taviuna arrived at Wilson's Promontory m a boat, and reported that the vessel had broken her shaft some distance to 'the east of the Point. Shortly after, the P. and O. Company's steamer Carthage was sighted, with the Taviuna. m tow. The latter sailed oh; her maiden: trip m these waters to Suva on Saturday. Adelaide, September 24. The Trades Council has notified the Mayor that they are willing to submit the present disbute to arbitration.

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Labor Questions, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2527, 25 September 1890

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Labor Questions Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2527, 25 September 1890

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