Maoriland Worker, Volume 6, Issue 216, 31 March 1915, Page 7
The Wellington Waterside Workers' Band, having been taken over by the union j hns obtained permission from the Harbor Board to practise' in the men's waiting room, which the unionists had to vacate during the strike. The band has practised at "-Tho Worker" office for more than a year, tn a letter to the manager of "The Worker," the Band secretary, Mr. G. Smith, says: "I have to thank you and 'The Worker , Board for your consideration nnd courtesy extended to 113 for so long a period, especially by taking us ■a during tlio timo that we wero wandering in the wilderness, with nowhere to go., I can assure you that the Band greatly appreciates what you have done for' Mis." • Tho change '. back to."old. quarters will bring, the Band into, closet touch with the vinlott,'