(JEteceivcd October 24, l&4fl a.m.) SynyKY, October 24. In addition to the damage done to the line of railway leading jfco the Bullambi colliery, a large number of trucks were set free on a steep tramway incline, and owing to being wedged, itfip trucks were thrown over the em'fyawkweijit $.#4 completely demolished ' XjiXiftyn, October 24. The Marine Engineers h^e decided to take Ho further action m respee£ $o U^f refusal to sail with non-Unionist? Wle3S*fe« iwjaployere granted a Conference. . . CHRBTCHUpC'H, October ?4- , ■TJ?e Unionist book-binders of Wl# : .conrbe u#d Tombs Company, who we'^t| out on jstrike eight/ waeks ago, applied yesterday individually to b,e reinstated. Xty required tobeengagad unconditionally. f^hey started work'-t'uV morning. Slumber of vacancies had already beep jflermftnenily filled*
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Latest Telegrams, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2552, 24 October 1890
Latest Telegrams Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2552, 24 October 1890
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