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BROKEN HILL AWARD.

THE OWNERS' INTENTIONS. SYDNEY, March 14. The men employed at the Broken Hill Junction North mine have struck as a protest against working with non-union-ists. The combined unions have issued a notice warning the men not to return to work on the Proprietary or Block 10 mines until the Proprietary announces what it intends doing in regard to tho arbitration award.

A meeting of the directors of Block 10 mine discussed Mr. Justice Higgins' award, and decided to resume work as soon as practicable.

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BROKEN HILL AWARD. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 63, 15 March 1909

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