[PER FBE3S ASSOCIATION J [Received Nov. 4, 12.45 p.m.] Adelaide, November 3. The Strike Committee have written to the Mercantile Marine Officers' Association stating that their action m withdrawing from the Labor Defence Committee removes an obstacle m the way of the settlement' of the Labor difficulty, and they are now prepared to allow men on strike to resume work on the old terms. Losdoit, November 3. Under pressure of the Dockers Executive, the men who went out at Victoria and Albert docks have tern*
I porarily resumed work. The dockers employed ab the Albert and Victoria Docks have disobeyed, the orders of their leaders and struckj work. .'■ ■ •■ ■- ..■:'■ '■ :•■■' .;,< .' ' (Received November 4, 10.2Q a.m.) SyokeV,, .November 4. " The Unions m connection with the furnitm-e trade have declined to continue the levy m aid of inkers; but they will devote the amount of the levy to the relief of wives and families m distress.
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LABOR TROUBLES, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2561, 4 November 1890
LABOR TROUBLES Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2561, 4 November 1890
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