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THE WATERSIDE TROUBLE

FRICTION BETWEEN WHARF

LABOURERS.

Ohristchtjrch, December 29

Complaint is being made by old watersiders that some of the men who have just gone back are making mat ters uncomfortable for the loyal band of men who came to the country's assistance in time of great stress. By the works of these exstrikars and their general expressions, tbe impression is conveyed that tbe loyal men are in for a hot time. A suggestion is made that if the Harbour Board and em ployees do not nip such undesirable tactics in the bud the Red Fed element will have control of the men on the flharves again.

Tbe Riversma, which arrived this morning, brought over 2000 tons of transhipment cargo. This is probably the largest transhipment yet brought to this port. Tbe goods were held up in Sydney by tbe strike, and include a quantity of Christmas supplies

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THE WATERSIDE TROUBLE, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4360, 30 December 1913

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THE WATERSIDE TROUBLE Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4360, 30 December 1913

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