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SITUATION AT HAMBURG.

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SITUATION AT HAMBURG. SHIPOWNERS' ASSOCIATION RAISE WAGES. A Reuter's telegram from Hamburg on Sati'iday says:—The "Hamburgische Corre- spondent" says that at to-day's meeting of the Hamburg Shipowners' Association it was decided to raise the wages of sailors to 55 marks per month, of stokers to 65 marks, of skilled trimmers to 55 marks, and of unskilled trimmers to 4S marks per month. A further increase of five marks per month was agreed to for all who after a year's service still remain with tne same employer. ARRIVAL OF MR. TOM MANN. A Reuter's telegram from Hamburg on day says:—A telegram from Hamburg to the "Hamburgische Correspondent says e English labour leader. Mr. Tom Mann^ has arrival there. He bad with the principal leaders m the r««nt labour movement in Hamburg coming international congress of dock labourers.

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