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Labor Question


London, . October 6. The strike reduces the output of > pig iron by 20,000 tons per week. Sydney* October 6. A general holiday was obserVed today, and for the time being strike matters wera overshadowed byHh« great eight Hours demonstration. t A procession m which .30,000 people, took part marched through the streets.,,:

AucKXAsp, October^. The master printers have' <sbW to terms with the Auckland Typographical Association, under the regulations recently passed by that body. ' '• The Trades Unionists at Onehnhga held a demonstration there on 'Saturday. Cheers were given for Sir G: brer. fhe dispute between the Bay of Islands Coal Company and their Aimers at Jvawakawa has been settled, and the men ruturn to work to-morrow q& the following conditions—that coal shall be supplied by the Comprtny at .their option to any customers, and that m the event <rf any future dispute the employee's- wili give the usual fourteen day's miticeWore •jrnnnation of the, 'engagement. , Wellington, October 6. It 13 stated that on Satucday £732 wjw divided among those on strike. rr. T „ .Chrsi[«hPkch, October 6. Ine Lytlelton *harf laborers have ananmiously passed^ refeplution endorsini? the action of their, delegates on the Wellington Conference. ' : At a meeting of wharf laborers htld afc Lyttelcon at. foiir o'clock this Mernoon, it was unanimously decided that no Union man should work with » blackleg labor under any case whatever.

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Labor Question, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2537, 7 October 1890

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Labor Question Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2537, 7 October 1890

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