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The Bootmakers' Strike.

United Press Association—Electric Telegraph. London, May 11 Mr Arnold Forster has ordered an expert inquiry into the current rate of wages at Northampton, m connection with the various processes of boot manufacture. (A cablegram published yesterday stated that Northampton makers of army boot 3 have struck for higher wages. One hundred operatives were marching to London to interview Mr Arnold Forster, Secretary for War.)

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The Bootmakers' Strike., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6568, 12 May 1905

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The Bootmakers' Strike. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6568, 12 May 1905

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