Sydney, February 26, Sfo fur the roaster butchers have not been approached by the Cabinet.Com raittee, but all the parties are anxiously awaiting the result of the conferenca wiii tbe men, who stated they are p< - epftre<} to enter infco further ne gotiar.ions even with the masters. The grand council of tbe employee? baa decided to make an apppal through out Australia for funds to continue the light if necessary. A i3?olution has been carried that uo frczen cargo will be shipped during tbe continuance of tbe trouble.
As result of the strike 160 carcase i carters, members of the Draymen's • Uniou, are idle. J Every effort now seems to be to get j ihe men back fco work, and if this is j done it is understood that a tribunal will be appointed to arbitrate quickly on the matters in dispute. Adkla-ide, Feb. 2Q A mass meeting of the meat employees' uaion expressed dissatisfaction at tbo hours and the present rate of wages. They decided to ask for a conference with the employers within 48 bour3. There are prospects of the trouble spreading.
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THE STRIKE., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4375, 27 February 1914
THE STRIKE. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4375, 27 February 1914
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