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THE LABOR STRIKES AT HOME.

[By Elbctbio Telegraph—Copyright.J [Per Press Association. | LONDON, September 11. (Received September 12,1880, at 10.80 p m.) It is reported that the strikers have cabled to the Australian unions asking them to refuse to discharge vessels loaded by nonstrikers. Burnß is ill from the effect of overwork. September 12. (Reoelved Septembor 13, 1880, at 1.30 » m.) The New Zealand Shipping Company deny that they have any intention of suing the dock companies for loss occasioned by the detention of the Ruapehu. The etrikcrs have L 12.000 in the bank. It was the Strike Committee who empowered Cardinal Manning to negotiate with the employers. They appear to be convinced that it is desirable to accept a compromise if the companies will begin the increased pay in November instead of January. The ' Standard' says that Australian artisans will find that, while nominally helping the dock laborers, they have really been playing into the hands of Socialist agitators. [Special to Press Association.] LONDON, September 12. (Received September 12, 1880, at 11.15 p.m.) The Seamen's Union has sent a manifesto to Australia asking the unions there not to allow the Tainul to be unloaded, on tho ground that Bhe is manned by "blacklegs."

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THE LABOR STRIKES AT HOME., Issue 8011, 13 September 1889

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THE LABOR STRIKES AT HOME. Issue 8011, 13 September 1889

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