Maoriland Worker, Volume 6, Issue 209, 10 February 1915, Page 4
« f/ . "The Worker" purposes giving tho fullest publication to the matter of the formation of tho bogus unions during the recent strike. Already interesting details have reached us from New Plymouth; and we hops to be in a position shortly to secure matter from Wellington, Auckland, Lyttelton, the West Coast, and othei» places that will enable us to open the eyes of the Now that tho unions are for the most *ow, that the unions are for the most part again controlled by tho bona fido workers, the furnishing of the available details should be an easy-matter, pncl wo shrdl welcome local assistance. Indeed, tho writing of the history of each bogus union might well be undertaken by local men, subject to tho approval of the unions.