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jjjgj BBTUBOTWG TO WOBK. APPEAL. PARIS, March 22. '* Clenwnceati (the Premier) infonnaVdeputation of the post and telegraph "jL w which waited upon him to-day zTtheir demand for the dismissal of (Undersecretary for State) That was a question ■ The Premier strongly appealed to the trikers to resume vrork in their own Merests aad in the general interest of He and M. Barthou (itinieto for Works) would promiee in the jrtnt of their resuming work to coniiier their grievances. ! k isrß ß strikers afterwards -nanimously rejected a proposal made hr. the committee to resume, but there feigns of a collapse. Telegraphists are gradually resuming md the telephone and the pneumatic poetal services in Paris are already wrking.

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FRANCH STRIKE COLLAPSING., Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 70, 23 March 1909

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FRANCH STRIKE COLLAPSING. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 70, 23 March 1909

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