Sydney, Oct^er 11. Coal is selling at 45^ per ton. breat preparations are being niftde for the opening of Mount Kembla mine m order to supply the railways. The pit is guarded by a large force of military. Melbourne, October 11. •- The Employers' Defence Committee has decided to set apart a fund to. subsidise non-unionists thrown put of work by the-strike. "' Premier Gillies states that lie has no intention of insisting on a qonference of parties to the strike. Ho only desires to point out the disastrous - effects of its continuance, snd to urge? Uojh kQcojne to an amicable settfe. Wwn^ as gooA as possible*
Auckland. October 11. The Kamo coal miners resuino work next Monday. The men all applied singly to the manager. Fourteen days' notice will m future be given if miners decide to knock oft" work. Timaku, October 11. Owing to the falling off of orders, attributed to the strike, the Timaru Woollen Mills atop their night shift at the end of next week, and the proprietors are considering whether they will shut down altogether or not.
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Latest TelegramS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2541, 11 October 1890
Latest TelegramS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2541, 11 October 1890
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