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DEADLOCK STILL CONTINUES.

UNIONIST SHOPS OPENED.

(Per Press Association—Copyright.) SYDNEY, February '%1. . There is little fresh to report with regard to the butchers' strike. There is no sign of the deadlock ending! 'UA« the result of further interviews of the Cabinet Committee with both sides, the Minister of Justice declared that the outlook was a little more hopeful. . The latest development is the opening of a Unionist shop at Pyrmont and another at Darlinghurst. This has made it possible for Mr Flowers to .grant the strikers limited killing space at Glebe Island.. . There are growing indications of restiveness amongst some of the suburban butchers who, so far., have sup-' ported the masters in .keeping the shops closed. This is the outcome of Unionist shops starting and the popu 7 1 larity of meat auctions in North, Sydney. ■ , The master butchers continue to 1 increase their depots, and fair supplies ■ now are available from one source or another. The" .famine prices for -fish and other substitutes for meat are easing.

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DEADLOCK STILL CONTINUES., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8806, 28 February 1914

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DEADLOCK STILL CONTINUES. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8806, 28 February 1914

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