THE LABOR REVOLT.
A STRIKE OF POSTMEN AND BAKERS THREATENED.
[By Electric Telegraph.—Gopthigh®, 1 fPKB Press Association, i
LONDON, September 23,
The postmen are demanding an increase of wages to Od an hour per day of eight hours, and the bakers are agitating for a limit of the working day to ten hours. Burns is organising the men for strike. (Received September 24,1839, at noon.)
The bakers threaten to strike on November 9 for shorter hours and higher wages. Mr Burns, who led the dock men, is their champion, and is rendering them assistance. The postmen are forming a union for the same purpose.
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THE LABOR REVOLT., Evening Star, Issue 8020, 24 September 1889
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