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THE LABOR STKIKES AT HOME.

[By Electric Telkiiraph—Copyright.] [Per Press Association. | LONDON, September 10. (Roccivod September 11, 1880, at 7 30 p.m.) The situation with regard to the dock laborers' strike is unchanged. Owing to the liberality of the contributions from Australia money is plentiful. September 11. (Rescued Hjptcmbcr 12, 1839, at 1.30 sun.) Cardinal Manning is trying to arrange that the increase conceded to the men by the dock companies shall begin on November 1 instead of Jan«ary, as the directors stipulated. The New Zealand Shipping Company intend to sue the dock companies for Ll,ooo damages on account of the detention of the Ruopehu. The Firemen's and Sailors' Unions have announced that in future they will only permit the refrigerator engineers to work on New Zealand frozen moat cargoes, and that only on condition that they are not touched until the strike is ovor.

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THE LABOR STKIKES AT HOME., Issue 8010, 12 September 1889

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THE LABOR STKIKES AT HOME. Issue 8010, 12 September 1889

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