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The Labor Troubles.

[PERT -:3S ASSOCIATION.] ■■",-.',.:>{ hi I /\ WEiJcra:<JTONi-.'iMj»y w 3l.iiiJ-"i There has-been some- friction iln^the,! *» tailoring trade which at one time threatened, to result seriouslyj,l>uti J sW«»di counsels prevailing, a conference between representatives of ,bothsid«s has antmged the dispute on amicable 'termk'jfThe...-™ masters objected to the piecework J^rjnj^ set out in.the Duriedin 10g,,, and the rnqty^ agreed that weekly'wagei8 r finly''sti6iild be enforced. The masters 1 also contended that the log did not protect girls, but the reverse, and pointed dutthat owjng-to '.'-:, the difference in rules for factories sand tailors, the former could make suite foY 7s which cost, the latter 29a. The Council,. agreed'that th'erer were some anomalies' v' which they would take into consideration. J

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The Labor Troubles., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 2430, 2 June 1890

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The Labor Troubles. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 2430, 2 June 1890

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