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THE MEN STILL VICTORIOUS. CARDINAL MANNING'S EULOGIUM. I*By Eleotbio Telegraph—Copyright.] [Special to Press Association.] LONDON, September 6. (Received September 7,1889, at 11.45 a.m.) The proprietors of seventeen wharves and warehouses have conceded the laborers' demands, but forty others still stand out. The Surrey, Commercial, and Millwall Dock Companies are parleying with the strikers. Mr Burns says that they will defeat the enemy by sections. Cardinal Manning considers the orderly conduct and heroism of the strikers unequalled since the days of the cotton famine, Scores of minor strikes have taken place, in the majority of which the men have been victorious. BERLIN, September 6. The London dock strike is being discussed in Germany. Emperor William considers that the State must protect the workmen against capitalists, and announces that in the ensuing session of the Reicbßtag legislation will be undertaken for the purpose of ameliorating the condition of the German laboring classes. [Peb Press Association, 1 LONDON, September 6. (Received September 7,1589, at 2 p.m.) The Docks Committee report that more men are working at the docks than before the strike. AIDING THE STRIKERS. MELBOURNE, September 7. (Received September 7, 1889, at 12.46 p.m.) The amount collected for the London dock strikers has reached L 5,400.

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THE DOCK STRIKES., Issue 8006, 7 September 1889

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THE DOCK STRIKES. Issue 8006, 7 September 1889

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