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The Labor Troubles.

[PER ■ <83 ASSOCIATION.]

Dunbdin, June 3. The carpenters and joiners have decided to support early closing, and to support only those business places where the principle is adopted. The Maritime Council, writing to the Trades and Labor Council, recommend October 25th as a labor demonstration day thoughout the colony.

The tailoresses union has now a mem-' borship of 1048, arid'£l«o-*«:h««»wted from the funds to.-other uiuon»^,Tfhere difticnltics have arisen. ;, /.' •\?

1 A niuiiHnif of tlio Kxeuutiv«* of ttujt Amal;mii i»i<! I ijooioty < >f Llail way Ser'v inUi- »f Now /.(■ ilnulwanhcMiU (.'liri.sil-iiurclilastnight, in wlii:h Hliirceiuiiouiito(roubiiiebfifcineKH w.tf gout; through, Tlio^iuintion M the (lip'.ivin'oii co Wiiit. iijxm tlio 0< minissioners on JuneltJtjh inst.rWMjUkerf into consideration,; i the v fpßp^njrtgentlemen elected, jtoj form,.,the ,deputation, yiz-:—Messrs, Hobw : (Pjresidint)i '"Owen ,(, Vice-President)// Edwards <Qraeral Secretary)/ Winter.;Haydenand;Elvijfit^i. It &&$ (resolved by ( the, Eijecutiy^.'wtat. the deputation, ;inj inter^.e^fiog' the "CiimnuV sioners, adfiere , < at issue in the Society* cojiimuniqation of iMatch s29th last,' dealing 'with'!ifof questions, of boy labor, hours of labor and piecework. ' >-~*,v ■-—>»

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The Labor Troubles., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XIV, Issue 2432, 4 June 1890

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The Labor Troubles. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XIV, Issue 2432, 4 June 1890

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