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CHANGED THEIR MINDS. DELEGATES' DE- CISION. DAY OF VACCILIATION. Labour Party's Quandary. The deported South African Labour leaders arrived onVboard the Umgeni .in the Thames on Tuesday mcrning, and an extraordinary series of incidents followed, which^ia described in the subjoined tele- grams. It will be seen that alter defi- nitely and stating upon several occasions that t;i?v had decided not to land trom the Umgeni, they finally changed their minds aiitt came on shore in the afternoon, the Labour party mem- bers who motored to receive them being thus thrown- into a quandary by the strange conduct of their guests. The Press Association's special correspon- dent at Gravesend, telegraphing on Tues- daye, say s :-The Umgeni arrived at Graves- end Beach at 7.0 on Cuesday morning, and proceeded very slowly round Coal House Point. She was not seen from Gravesend until she had arrived about three-quarters of » mile off the pilots' pier shortly after 7.30. The pilot and shipping agent immediately boarded and proceeded to Tilbury. The Press Association telegraphs later The deported Labour leaders have decided not to leave the Umgeni until they have been landed back in South Africa. Mr. Arthur Henderson and members of the Labour narty motored from the House of Commons to Tilbury on Monday night, and as soon as the Umgeni was sighted the party put off in a. motor launch. The South Africans recognised the Eng- lish Labour leaders, and Mr. Henderson explained that they were there as the Hecep- tion Committee of the whole of the British Trade Union movement. They wanted to know where the deported leaders were going to land, as they had arranged hospitality f(.r them in London. Mr. Bain, speaking on behalf of his col- leagues, said he thought it was intended to take them up stream and land them at one of the docks. Mr. Henderson, continuin g, said. the Re- ception Committee desired to give them a hearty welcome home. They deplored the cucumstanoe of their arrival, but that I would not make any difference to the loyalty I and warmheartedness of the welcome now I extended them. Mr. Bain, replying, Kaidon behalf of his colleagues he thanked the Trade Union movement in this country for the kindij greetings extended them. We have been placed

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