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  2. GOVERNMENT'S ATTITUDE

    Interest in the strike yesterday culminated in Parliament. The Government attitude towards the strike was announced last night by the Premier The Government, he said, was awaiting the result of the conference. ...

    Article : 341 words
  3. MR. BOWIING IN NEWCASTLE.

    Mr. Bowling, the president of the Miners' Federation, in company with others delegated from Newcastle to yesterday's meeting of union bodies, returned to Newcastle this ...

    Article : 726 words
  4. INTEREST IN BRITAIN.

    English newspapers are watching the Australian coal strike and its threatened effects on industry and commerce. ...

    Article : 27 words
  5. MR. BOWLING'S SCHEME.

    Mr. Paterson does not at all agree with Mr. Bowling's scheme to raise £6000 or so a week by running one of the northern collieries at half shares with the proprietor. "There'll ...

    Article : 523 words
  6. PROSPECTS OF SETTLEMENT.

    It has been learned from a semi-official source that there is little hope of a conference taking place, and if it does take place there is practically no hope of an amicable ...

    Article : 232 words
  7. FOURTEEN VESSELS TO LAY UP.

    A meeting of the Australian Steamship Owners' Federation was held this afternoon, and at its conclusion the secretary announced that in view of the dislocation of trade, ...

    Article : 134 words
  8. AN EMPLOYER'S VIEW.

    "I was satisfied you could depend on Mr. Wade for justice, without favour to either the miners or the coal-owners," said Mr. E. P. Simpson, of Messrs. Minter, Simpson, and Co., ...

    Article : 391 words
  9. AT THE MINERS' HEADQUARTERS.

    The advisory committee met at the Trades Hall to-day, and dealt with certain matters connected with the strike; but all information as to what had transpired was refused. The ...

    Article : 187 words
  10. AWAITING EVENTS.

    A Question asked by Mr. Fitzpatrick in the legislative Assembly yesterday afternoon gave the Premier an opportunity for declaring the attitude of the Government with respect to ...

    Article : 3,438 words
  11. STEAMSHIP OWNERS' CRITICISM.

    The price of coal has been raised by £1 per ton. Mr. Bowling's scheme for running a union-owned colliery was discussed by the steamship owners in Melbourne who are ...

    Article : 525 words
  12. MR. HUTTON'S VIEWS.

    Mr. D. Hutton, a member of the council of the Coal and Shale Workers' Association, who has also been interviewed, said:—"The only thing I can say is that the conference was ...

    Article : 146 words
  13. MOUNT KEIRA.

    The Mount Keira mine was in full work yesterday. The largest meeting ever known in Keira was held by the miners' lodge last night. Mr. R. Morgan, the miners' general ...

    Article : 124 words
  14. SYMPATHY FROM OTHER UNIONS.

    There are consistent rumours in Newcastle that the Operative Bakers' Society intends to call a strike of its members, in sympathy with the miners. The officials of the union profess ...

    Article : 113 words
  15. WHAT THE MEN SAY.

    "Good!" said Messrs. Paterson and Gray together, when they heard of Mr. Wade's statement in Parliament. "Let him set it in force. That'll mean food for the men, ...

    Article : 246 words
  16. WHAT MR. STENHOUSE SAYS.

    Mr. J. Stenhouse, a trustee of the Coal and Shale Workers' Association, said:—"I do not know that I have much to add to what Mr. Bowling and Mr. Hutton have said. The ...

    Article : 233 words
  17. INTERVIEW WITH FEDERATION SECRETARY.

    The fact of Helensburgh, South Bulli, Coalcliff, Mount Kembla, Corrimal, and Pleasant collieries on the south coast coming out without being approached by the federation ...

    Article : 785 words
  18. APPREHENSION AT LITHGOW.

    Mr. E. Truscott, secretary of the Western Miners' Association, returned from Sydney last night. When seen to-day Mr. Truscott said the discussion at the meetings in ...

    Article : 445 words
  19. THE FINANCIAL SCHEME.

    The announcement that the Miners' Federation had arrived at an understanding with a colliery owner to work a mine during the strike to their mutual advantage, has caused ...

    Article : 644 words
  20. WHARF LABOURERS' SECRETARY TALKS.

    Mr. J. W. Blundell, secretary of the Newcastle Wharf Labourers' Union, and his fellow-delegate to yesterday's conference of unions in Sydney, were found at the union's ...

    Article : 938 words
  21. THE CONFERENCE.

    Mr. Paterson, secretary of the Miners' Federation, is hopeful that the employers will accept the miners' offer to hold a conference. It was not intended in the least as a threat, ...

    Article : 151 words
  22. PROPRIETORS' ASSOCIATION.

    No information of any kind in regard to the strike could be gathered at the Colliery Proprietors' Association rooms this morning. Mr. Livingstone Learmonth, president of the ...

    Article : 264 words
  23. SOUTH COAST MINES.

    The calamity in the coal trade was fully exemplified this morning when it became known that three more mines in this end of the district had, ceased work in sympathy with the ...

    Article : 1,036 words
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