[Received October 26, 10.10 a.ml] V; fl London; October 27. Oteing to the coal owners refusing tb grant an advance of 15 per cent on the wages of colliers, at Fife; and Kinross mines, the nien thrrsatQa to go out on strike, ■ . -.'-: -.■•.. ■■: '' .(Received October 27, 10.30 a.m.) .■;■'. Sydkey, October 27.; The Chairman of tlite Miiier's Conference states* that the strike is practically at an end, owing to dissenions amongst the Marina delegates from and Melbourne, the latter having sought a conference without the consent of the< former. M»lbouk?te, October 27. The officers out on strike are returning to their ships. ■•■Wharf laborers atvd se/tmen complain bitterly of the ''faction,.of the Marine pfficers m deserting them.
(Recfeived'OcC6ber 27, 10.30 a.m.) Melboxjbne, October 27. The difficulty with the slaughtermpn haa'been 'settled. WErJ£ix«TON, October 27. A nvtmßeivof the labor party on strike have appehlecf to G-ovbniment to be allowed to take lip laud oii apocial settlement conditions.
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Latest Telegrams, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2554, 27 October 1890
Latest Telegrams Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2554, 27 October 1890
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