Maoriland Worker, Rōrahi 7, Putanga 266, 29 Poutūterangi 1916, Page 8
The following notes give an iudica-
tion of tho nature of correspondence received by Secretary Grayndler since the last issue of "The Worker":— -
Tho sum of £3 has been received from workers in Dairy Factories in Heretatinga, Hastings, PiriPiri, Dannevirke and Waipukarau. Tickets were issued by Organiser Hunter.
E. W. Davis, millowuer, Woodbury, South Canterbury, sends in £5 for members' subs, on order of his mill workers.
Adam Alain, Christchurch, forwards £14 for members' tickets, and a resolution signed by every man at Craigieburn iv favour of paying commission to reps, on tickets sold. Says that at all sheds he shore in ho was rep., and got 225. fid. in every one for shearing.
J. McKenzie, Fairlie, sends 30s. as due to A.P.U.
Air. J. Crawford, HuntorviJle, forwards
£2 as balance for December en I tickets sold. Also forwards a ticket j book issued to Mr. A. Clinton last year! which had been mislaid. Says he never shore less sheep than this year, and concludes: "The general opinion seeme to be in accord with the rise in price of shearers' tickets, but that the rise is out of proportion to the gains R9 regards tho shed hands' tickets. It woitid be better to make plainer on the tickets which unions they cover, and, or rather which they do not cover." Executive members Kennedy, Eddy and Townsend vote in favour of Mr. S. Boreham being elected to the Executive in placo of Mr. Brace, resigned; and against sending Organiser E. Hunter out amongst the Freezers. Messrs. Kenuedy and Eddy voto ,in favour of £25 donation to Broken Hill miners. P. Wardlo called at Head Office and l paid his membership sub.