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THE LABOR STRIKES.

(By Electric Telegraph— Copvbight, ) [Pee Press Association.]

THE DOCK STRIKE FUND. LONDON, October I, (Received October 2, 1889, at noon.)

Letters appear in the Press suggesting that the Australian colonies ought to express their wishes as to the disposal of the balance of the strike fund. Mr Burns states that L 7,000 has been invested by the trustees. He also denies that he has sent any remittance to the Rotterdam strikers. [Special to Press Association.] LONDON, October 1. (Received October 2,1889, at noon.; Mr Burns denies that there is any considerable surplus from the strike fund. He expresses himself in favor of consulting the donors as to its disposal. THE TAILORS’ STRIKE. Mr Burns has subscribed in aid of the tailors on strike, in return for the assistance they rendered the dockmen.

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THE LABOR STRIKES., Evening Star, Issue 8027, 2 October 1889

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THE LABOR STRIKES. Evening Star, Issue 8027, 2 October 1889

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