THE GERMAN COLLIERS 5 STRIKE.
[By [Per Press Association.)
BERLIN, May 15. Delegates from the miners out on strike had a ten minutes' interview with the Emperor William, and asked him to inquire into their case. The Emperor replied that be had already made inquiry, and warned them that he intended to employ all his powers to repress Socialist agitations or intrigues. Even if strikes were peaceably conducted they entailed a daily loss to capital of one million marks. [Special to Press Association. J BERLIN, May 15. The Emperor William, in an interview with the colliers who are out on strike, recommended them to resume work.
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THE GERMAN COLLIERS5 STRIKE., Evening Star, Issue 7908, 16 May 1889
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