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A WIFE'S PRIVILEGES.

THE TAILORS' STRIKE: CHARGES…

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THE TAILORS' STRIKE: CHARGES OF I TNTTMTT) ATION. Joseph Rearden, a tailor, was charged before Mr. Knox, at the Marlborough-street Police-court, on Wednesday, on a warrant, with, by threats, intimidation, and molestation, endeavouring to force certain workmen to leave their employment, hiring, and work. It appeared that the accused applied for work at Messrs. Oliver and Brown's tailoring estab- lishment, in Sackville-street, that he was at once employed, and placed among the men already at work on the premises, and that, after calling them dungs," he promised to smash some of their noses, and then made off with himself. After the production of a good deal of evidence, the case was adjourned. Bail was refused. William Connelly was next charged with being con- cerned with another in conspiring, to prevent Joseph Hope from working for his employer, Mr. Bowaters, of Hanover-street, and with violently assaulting him. Mr. Sleigh said this assault was a violent one, and as the other man charged had absconded, he must ask for substantial bail, as an adjournment was required.—Mr. Knox fixed the bail at two sureties in X100 each.

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FEVER IN THE MAURITIUS.

FEMALE MEDICAL SOOIETY.

--'111 THE TAILORS' STRIKE.

MEETING OF THE OPERATIVE TAILORS.

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