Maoriland Worker, Rōrahi 8, Putanga 322, 25 Paengawhāwhā 1917, Page 8
A letler t received from Dalegate Boone (12.-1.17), says bo is in good trim for the Conference though he regrets he will miss the Christchurch elections.
From Delegate E. Kennedy (17.4.17), asking if the General Secretary had notified other Unions of the resolution carried last March by ttlo Canterbury Branch: "That before,industrial conscription is enforced the whole of the wealtb and resources of the Dominion be conscripted for the common good." The General Secretary's reply is that he handed Ihe matter to the Press Association, and also- had the resolution published in Ihe Country Workers' Page of March 28;
From Comrade G. Vial, Green Island, Dunedin (1-1.4.17), asking- information re North Island shearing, and also price of A.F.U. ticket.
From Eep. Bert Smiih, Timaru (15.4.17), reporting there is still a fortnight's mill work where stationed, and enclosing £7 for tickets.
From Comrade J. Hulena, Norsewod (1C.4.17), who expects to bo called up and asks Unit his appeal be hoard at Wellington, with the General Secretary acting on his behalf.
From A.P.TT. Skinner, Matarcail. H.I!. (15.1.17), who is criitchins. Comrade expects no trouble about the price, and thinks crutching will be in. full swing in a fortnight's time. Also asks for a subscription list form for the wives and children of the men jailed for sedition.
From Rep. S; J. Holden, Maslerton (15.4.17), returning books of tickets anil butts, and enclosing one pound for his own ticket. Also reports loss of a ticket through change of address.