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AN APPEAL TO INDUSTRIAL UNIONISTS.
FKLLOW-WORKERS,— „ Till-: AUCKLAND ONE BIG UNION n COUNCIL has been organised for pro- 1 paganda iiurposcs. a ! Tao need for a better form of organisation is obvious to all. We advocate Industrial Unionism as opposed to the present Craft Unions and Arbitration. To carry on this propaganda funds " are needed. Supporters, all and sundry, send your subscriptions to p
OEO. PHILLFPS. Hon. Secret a ly, CS PITT STREET. AUCKLAND.
NEW ZEALAND SHIPOWNERS' ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF DEBT . 'jxvHßiTisH seamen fund. The Prime Minister having announced that a distribution of SURPLUS WOOL profits on (he 101G1-7, _ 1017-18. and 11)18-1!) clips, amounting to approximately 20/- per bale, will shortly lie made to Woolgrowers, a meeting of subscribers to Die above fund will he held in the Old Chamber, Parliament Buildings, on "WEDNESDAY, 18th August,, at 10 a.m. OBJECTS. (a) To place all available.information in resard to the movement lefoic the contributors. th) To appoint Boards of Manage- . P merit as may bp deemed necesf l< >;ary for the distribution of Funds to British Seamen and 1 ilieir dependents. (c.) General. By p-der of the Trustees —Honp. TV. j I). .S. Mac Donald and D. H. Guthrie, Sir Waller Buchanan, M.L.C., Messrs. J. ('. N. GrifS', and Erlward Newman, E. B. WATSON. E2 llou. Secietarv.