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THE RAILWAY SERVANTS.

At a mass meeting of Unionists m Dunedin last night, at which Sir Bobert Stout was m the chair, Mr Newton, the Secretary of the local branch of the Railway Servants' Society, stated that the Maritime Council did not intend to call out the railway servants, as it would inconvenience the public. The "OtagoD'ily Times" states that the Railway Commissioners have issued ballot papers among the employees with the view of v cortaining who will adhere to them m the case of a general strike being proclaimed by the Executive Of the Railway Servants' Union. The Executive have issued instructions to all branches that, before..an answer can be given to such a request, all the men already suspended must be first reinstated.

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THE RAILWAY SERVANTS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2513, 9 September 1890

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THE RAILWAY SERVANTS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2513, 9 September 1890

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