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THE HALF-HOLIDAY QUESTION.

TO THB SDITOB,

Sir, — I am pleased to read la yoar paper reference m%de to the half-holiday. I Km confident that If the projectors with your oßalstanoa will bat prsevere, and plaoa the matter fairly before the merohants and burlnessmen of this tow a they will bo rewarded by their coalition and support m bringing about the auocess of this movement, whloh will, I am sore; be conducive to the lntoreit of all concerned. Bat whilst lollol'lng their support we mast not forget the faot that our reepeotlve employers have had to contend with bad trade, keen competition, and small profits. Therefore to show that our sympathies are In touoh with them and our requeat sincere we In a spirit of fairnei« ara willing to forego oar half-day'i pay if we are but granted our appeal. I am, oto , Onh Who Weabs the Apron.

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THE HALF-HOLIDAY QUESTION., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2104, 12 April 1889

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THE HALF-HOLIDAY QUESTION. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2104, 12 April 1889

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