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THE LABOR REVOLT.

[By Eleotbio Telegraph, Copyright] [Per Press Association.]

LONDON, November 4,

The men who wore recently out on strike demand ten hours’ work, and threaten to go out on tho 16th unless their demands ate acceded to. Sixteen firms have conceded tho demands of the lightermen, and the men will return to work. Burns asserts that 150,000 men have jo : ned tho various trades unions since the strike of dock laborers,

[Special to Press Association,]

LONDON, November 3,

The lightermen deprecate the dockmen and stevedores joining the movement if they feel themselves compelled to go out on strike again. November 4.

The shipowners and brokers have appointed a labor committee for the purpose of settling disputes, if possible, without strikes,

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THE LABOR REVOLT., Evening Star, Issue 8056, 5 November 1889

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THE LABOR REVOLT. Evening Star, Issue 8056, 5 November 1889

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