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Labor Questions

[PER PREBS ASSOCIATION.] „. TT . London. November 5. The Unionists marched m procession to the meeting at Mile End, headed by bands and flying banners. Mr John Burns presided at the meeting, which was attended by fully 7000, representing all. th© trades of Great Britain. In the course of his address Mr Fitzgerald asserted that Mr Cham-! pion had done untold harm m Australia, and had changed the issue from the first by mooting the employment of free labor. He asked the leader of the English Unions to repudiate Mr Champion's action. Mr Mann, speaking on behalf of the leaders, believed that Mr Champion^ conduct m Australia had been even more indiscreet tha.n while he was m England. Sydney, November 5. A conference between the Newcastle mine-owners and miners is proceeding. Jft is) understood that the owners have stipulated to cut coal for all vessels, whether Union or noui-Um*on, and that the miners have taken time, to consider their decision,

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Labor Questions, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2563, 6 November 1890

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Labor Questions Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2563, 6 November 1890

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