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TO CONTEST CARDIFF.

-...-COLLIERS KILLED.

THE BELFAST SETTLEMENT.

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THE BELFAST SETTLEMENT. TRADE UNION SATISFIED. WORK RESUMED. Mr. James Sexton, secretary of the National Union of Dock Labourers, interviewed to-day in Liverpool on arriving from Belfast, said the yttiement could bo honourably accepted by both iides, and would not affect the stability of the union in Belfast. Ton out of thirteen of the firms running cross-channel boats had fully recognised the union, were employing union men, and paying union rates. The obnoxious ciauee compoiling- union men to work alongside non-union men had been deleted from the agreement. The Belfast carters resumed work to-day. and prominent shippers do not anticipate much difficulty as to nven in other sections of the work of the port. An effort, is. being made to effect a settlement with the coalmen on as clear a basis -s that of the carters.

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