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TROUBLE IN THE COAL TRADE.

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TROUBLE IN THE COAL TRADE. NORTHERN MINERS RESIST REDUCTION OF WAGES. I Afc a meeting of the executive committee of the Northumberland Miners' Union on Thursday at Newcastle, it was reported that the ballot taken in the county had resulted in a majority of the miners declaring against the owners' proposal that they should accede to a reduction of 3% per cent. in wages. A miners' delegate meeting will be held on Saturday, when the subject will be discussed. THE THREATENED COAL STRIKE AT ST. HELENS. I A meeting of the miners employed at the I Ashton's Green Collieries, St. Helens, was held at the Bull's Head Inn, Parr Stocks, when the question of the notices sent in for a re- vision of the field prices, etc., was discussed. Mr Thomas Glover, J.P., miners' agent, was present, and there was a large attendance. It was decided-" Tiat, under the circumstances,' seeing there was not a ballot taken of the men before notices were sent in, we agree to withdraw the present notices, and to ballot the men on the I question of a standard price list." The ballot will he taken in about a fortnight.

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