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A SOLDIER'S PLIGHT, I

j BOXING IN NEW YORK. I

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ADULTERA liON OF FOOD.

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I j The Strike at Cardiff…

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I j The Strike at Cardiff and Barry. I u- SEriLEMENT ARRIVED AT. Wo are glad to be able to aunounce that, after a week's sbruggle between about 2,500 dock labourers, painters, &c., at Cardiff and Barry and their employers, from whom the former demanded an extra 6d per day, a satisfactory arrangement has been come to, and work will be resumed forthwith at the ports named. Early on Monday forenoon representatives of the workmen and the employers met at the Exchange, Docks, when the position was dis. cussed in a friendly and businesslike way, and offers were made by the respective sides. How. ever, nothing definite came of that conference, although the prospects were hopeful, and the meeting was adjourned till 3 o'clock so that the parties might come together again with more definite "ievs and terms. Accordingly a meeting of representatives of the workmen's and the employers' associations was held at the offices of the Barry Dock Company at the Exchange, aft three o'clock. It lasted until half-past four, and during the sitting an offer which seemed acceptable was made by the employers' representatives to those attending on behalf of the workmen. This offer was laid before the Cardiff workmen by Mr Harry Williams, their general secretary, and Mr C. W. Stenner, president of the Union, and accepted. Subsequently Messrs Williams and Stenner proceeded to Barry Dock and submitted to the men there with the same result. The dispute was thus ended on conditions satisfactory to all concerned. We are officially informed this morning by Me Harry Williams (general secretary to the Workmen's Union) that the terms of settlement are as follow :—The employers have virtually conceded everything asked by the men, the 6d per day being practically gained. The men start work to-day on 3,1, and the other 3d will be added on and after the 1st day of April iiexi. j

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THE MASTER'S MISTAKE.

MR HEALY, M.P.

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A CARDIFF SHEBEEN

MISSING STATE OF GEORGIA,