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I T DuQ--(ini : 1 :■ ! There are no\v IGO Arbitrati, .. -i'" liars working on the Dunedin \>> .rvc; without any attempts' being randn by tin strikers to molest them, Absolutely no work is going ou at Pori Chalmers, and there is eveiy probability of t large share of employment beiog ; - rmanently removed from there. Ac a meeting n resolution was earrir.c urging the Government to see that the strikt leaders are released on bail. The Printers' Union passed ft resolutior protesting against the action of the employers in menacing workers' freedom endeavouring to force the waterside workers to register under the Arbitration Act. Some forty of the old waterside worker! cheered the crew of the vessel Victoria as she ieft the wharf. It is understood thai the crew were so honoured because thej took every opportunity while here to jeer a' Arbitrationists. Wellington,. 1 5 p.m. The total strike funds received direot al the Bed Federation is balow £"2000, includ' ing £130 from Australia. This excludes money sent direct to Btrika committee. A curious crowd oMletited in near the Magistrate's Cofljrt srrike leaders were due &rapvS l 6ar.*.,Jsft||3rc: were no special constables ed in the street, the only (Hsje being a corista'bil at the door of the court nJ using admittance except on business, , ; . -i The "Bed's" offidiiioraans are again try ing to terrori/e the rail-gif men by applying to tW-iinen the ab," It dsscribei the raifyiii' workero'lraplty to the public a: nothing i y,' ! *and alleges tba) "fcb,|y wor|- r> ftnd hide behind the siwewiW^faifeheEHe^ , el;':M;!#i^4- : W9nS|3Gy.a ,: ":-of the Union. , . wbe'o of the ?W%t : Comfc||tei!s,i^ h |i;wa9 almagi F w^fcous!^'|§cided c :rt : ftjp!a: tvorli on ~the *fot,vpfps'- y : j tneir3W#h*y was wM^f' "" V. i||d t'f 1 ft - l f-calpf-'iiltiS tEeVisllit it tt^i^i-; , " ■-^Srj.'

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TELEGRAPHIC, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4354, 5 December 1913

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TELEGRAPHIC Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4354, 5 December 1913

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