Maoriland Worker, Volume 2, Issue 66, 14 June 1912, Page 7
At date of writing. t.ho conference between the Labor Federation and Goldmine Owners' Association had not eventuated, but the many hitches seemed likely to end in the conference me'teg on either Juno 15 oi 17.
J. J. O'Hrien, of Greymouth, a< compaiiied by Mrs. O'.Rrien, late proprietor of the Duke of Edinburgh Hotel, passed through tho Empire City last week, en route to Sydney. Under tho management of "Jack" O'Prien, tho Duke became recognised as the headquarters for Labor men, the proprietor himself being a. supporter of the movement. Mr. O'.Brioirs health has been far from good for some time past, and it is his intention to settle in a warmer climalo than that of New Zealand. .Hefore leaving; tho city, Mr. O'.Rrien called at this office, and left Co for the striking miners of Waihi. We extend best Avishes for complete restoration of health. E. R. Gale, Avhosr. contributions to this paper have been appreciated by j many, was due to leave on Friday for Sydney. Ifc is Comrade Gale's intention j to remain in .Australia. *f 'A Mir. Mi. Laraey, avlio proposes visiting J various centres in 1 he South Island and elsewhere as representing the national I executive F.L., has net. at date ot writ- J ing, been able to start his tour OAving to an attack, of illness, which attack we I trust will soon be conquered. 1