THE EMPLOYEES' STRIKE,
(per press association.)
Wellington, June 2Q» '6'A '• » Th& Tramway' strike' still 'continues without any demonstration being made by the men wnd have gone out. There was (f • t some t little practical joking and rather coarse horse play indulged in, ; but nothing has occurred warranting the interference of police, a number of whom Were present in the vicinity of the tram sheds, where usually crowds gather and jeer at '-', t&e, new Hands as they go. out. Several ' Instances of obstructions being placed on the lines are reported, but the ,exeniployees repudiate with scorn the idea .. t that; they have anything to do with; it, ' " and* wish it asserted that the mischief fois not done ( with their sanction. A meeting , rt of;J>irectors of the 'Bus Company is to, be f held.for the purpose of discussing j;hei desirableness of increasing the plant, now that the Trades and Labor Council have resolved to take up shares in the concern.
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Wellington Tramways., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2447, 21 June 1890
Wellington Tramways. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2447, 21 June 1890
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