Maoriland Worker, Volume 3, Issue 86, 1 November 1912, Page 4
At time of writing Messrs. Webb and Scmplo were in Huntly conferring with tho local union committee and the locked-out. By tho time this is bcins; read a course of action will liavo boon determined upon.
Karangahako minors are said to contemplate testing tho legality of their lock-out.
Our next issue should contain some conclusive statements respecting Reefton and Kirinnka. Mr. J. Dowgray has been authorised to proceed to Reefton and investigate.
The Waihi fight is likely to last, and must be seen to a victorious finish.
In regard to the Auckland trouble and its ending, the circular from Mr. Canham speaks for itself.
Messrs. Dowgray, Howard and Fagan interviewed the Minister of Justice last Friday in respect to the treatment of union prisoners. Messrs. Dowgray and Glover saw the Minister of Mines on the proposed amendments to the Coal Minos Act.
Our news-letters from Waihi are worth rending. They are the capable work of Mr. Peter Fraser, appointed as press correspondent in place of Mr. Charles Smith, now in prison, and from our inception as a weekly tlie esteemed and able representative of this paper.