UNREST AMONG LONDON POLICE.
London-, December 21
Tht'i'G i.-> unrt;;s the- poiic?. A young comtabio who, going on duty, dropped a f.inkofe disel ssiag the pxist'-nco of a Union, uhich is believe; f.o have fivo hundred members,
Several station:'' onstables declined to do duty until Ihciv conditions are improved.
The arii'-.:ri:ic-2 are smoothing over the inciilent■< '.'\nl p omising fall consul era'i <v< of iviy 'piiivac-c^.
Tho Co!iitnpniii:isr. of J/olieo has notified p'tiieemm th;i.t they are liable to di;?.-n.-f-:iii if join the Union or Federation.
ThiGD conpt-.-.bli", supporters of I he newly formed .Metropolitan Police Union, have bzvn transferred to other
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UNREST AMONG LONDON POLICE., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4359, 23 December 1913
UNREST AMONG LONDON POLICE. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4359, 23 December 1913
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