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  2. THE STRIKE OF THE A. S. N. CO.'S SEAMEN.

    The principal item of interest requiring notice this morning is a meeting of the men on strike, which was held in the Protestant Hall, yesterday, and the report of which will be found below. The marching of the men through ...

    Article : 464 words
  3. A DARK INDUSTRIAL OUTLOOK.

    The [?]anguine anticipations of a revival of industrial prosperity here do not appear destined to become speedily realized; on the contrary, it seems as if we were threatened with even a more general stagnation of ...

    Article : 3,399 words
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  5. MEETING AT THE PROTESTANT HALL.

    Yesterday morning the seamen and others on strike marched in a body from the Flagstaff Hill to the Protestant Hall, where they held a meeting, and received from the mediators, Messrs. Garrard, Harkness, and Morrison, a ...

    Article : 3,183 words
  6. DEPUTATION OF CHINESE MERCHANTS.

    Yesterday morning a deputation, consisting of the following Chinese merchants—UhChong (of On Chong and Co.), Yen Tah (of Sun Kum On and Co.), Chun Soy (of Sun Kum Tiy and Co.), Chen Ateak, and George Ah Len ...

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