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THE WELSH STRIKE.

London, December 7.

A conference at Swindon between the Great Western management and the National and local railwaymen's officials settled the strike on tbe following terms:—There should be no employment of Reynolds or James. The men promised not to strike hereafter without giving notice. No fines were imposed, but tbe men were re commended to give a donation to tbe Swindon Hospital.

Mr Thomas, the railwaymen's secretary, has issued a statement in which he declares that 90 per cent of South Wales struck under a false impression. The strikers were deliberately and wickedly deceived. He appealed to all who valued Trades Union principals to stop anarchy, otherwise tho Trade Union movement would be ruined.

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THE WELSH STRIKE., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4356, 9 December 1913

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THE WELSH STRIKE. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4356, 9 December 1913

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