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MISCELLANEOUS CABLES

Press Association—By Telegraph—Copyright

LOXDOX, January 8

Mr Fllis Griffiths- has resigned the L'uder-Nci reta.ry.ship for the Home Department owing to pressure of private- business, but will continue to support the; Government.

The Miners' Federation have ordered a ballot iii West Yorkshire on tho question of ii strike owing to tho non-payment of the increase of wages determined by arbitration.

XFW YORK. January 7.

The District Court of San .Francisco held that the Arizona anti-alien law, prescribing a. certain number of American employees in every business, is illegal. 'J he J'.ritish. Kalian, and Japanese " jVmbassa dors protested btrongly against the law. which was thereupon referred to the courts. President 'Wilson is eonsiuerins; Jeuifctatuui with the object, of preventing individual States from passing anti-alien laws.

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MISCELLANEOUS CABLES, Issue 15696, 9 January 1915

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MISCELLANEOUS CABLES Issue 15696, 9 January 1915

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