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NZ Truth , Issue 833, 5 November 1921, Page 4
L_ BUSINESS AND BOODLE <EJy "CAMBIST,") Shareholders m companies are inVitad ttt fieftd the balanca-sheata and re- fw criticism UWfcpttetui of an* hew company U» alao raaueaUd
salaries are receiving for such work as high as £300 per annum. Is this economy, when married men (alleged- ly permanently appointed) are cast out on the labor market to eke out a crust at casual labor on the water- front or anywhere? This has been the policy of the Massey party for years. The Tories follow the same principle as when they opposed the Old Age Pensions scheme and other humanitarian reforms which had to be fought for by the people .when New Zealand rose as one man and gave this element of Mammon m our midst its political quietus m 1890.