FARMERS AND THE WAR.
The "Mercantile Gaisfltte" publishes an interfiling .v-ticin <ni Uv> o i in N j W Z *Hkn! as f*q*rds foci pup plies, nod rfbo-vs how tb« labour ngi tators are responsible for much of the trouble which has come upon the workers : — ":'t fhfi preopnf <ini° ibo ;'b"-eH ffirri i> i- Iptpv in 'be know-'klu'-'Uim n iijnmh- «hi- i-- to snJlVr from the. ffno h of w»> he i« going to have a co'nforrable time. Uβ will be in receip' of tribute piid to him by all merohera nf tb« commnnHy, unci wb»n bf> i< •' (v-ioimr •> -poiii con •■e-'-'on -f ;h- : - ■ :.>■■■■;■ .-; .■ > y
person iv the Dominion v, h> ea r ? a loaf of bread, a vein of. sjirrr-Msy «itb Mr RockefelleL' ran?i; tcnke him Ibat riiueb.obn.-f-d pbil.iu is not us bad nba bus bst j u paintf-d V'b-n bp rbn ncic■■ of pi'trol five cmtß ail ovor tbt> world Tbo feeling of' satJ?f;iCiion which rars't 1 I'fis.i fhiough Ibe iniiid wU! not- be lesi-T'HGd by the ibat fho?e firm whore) be \? now I'.vyirg '■b(' !hi; v-oi'kin;; c'as?es, are to ■(■nif f.'C'C'ii ihi ui-e'v('3 vpfSfKinpib'e 'or ■! :: re.-i:!;".:- v>l".'"ci) Lavo Lucn bi'uiio'nti alioui. 'ibe iftvtneL'H !\ivo i.nmi! cut of wh;as groivi-" -,■ >■•■•■ iban bavo porpcitual la'uom , vi j... . \vi f h fhcir men On' uvo occaci "■•, rff.Tf? bavo bi-fn nindfl o- Hi to wnrli th■ i ■■ fi- r <:« iit'fli- ib^
Indns'iia! (loneiliOiUon Act. The Mgitaiof bus bad his eye upon the lurms for years, nuC. for ibe sake of peace quietnc-?& ibe fanners profern d to ra'io thtir i:r.ilr, out od wheat . fiilitr thm eotiio tbo jurisdio lion o.'ih;i labor.. , uaions. In coming to tbi3 ccnc!u9ion they were of opinion that on the prices generally iulinrr whsafc arop.i grown under labour conditions regulated by iiuiuu could leave lifctla o> uc margin of profis. They therefore [■razed their Jands, and produced woo) I v/ad lambs instead of whsat, the result j vow beicg that every person who ! rck-bes to buy bread rnnst purchase in jafhort market, and pay accordingly i The br.ker to :i certain ivxtyrst is ! :f?p?.ld iv tbo Uvo y:\irs o£ struggle ha 'hn']. F.;.!,. ■ ;; C<7 10;. por ton is ' " : . .__ . ..,6 Ki:.ow:, but we (0 <.i..-; l;.i::l; 'be b/'kr?; , Ims nnv • ea?o:i to con>pln.;n. A cirnplo raicbImeticn! C-iicn ;-t!t;;i wii! fbcw fha^
be hns no tfOfon lo ro.r.p'iin of thiprtspnt condition of affairs, ?o long as be can charge teapeuce pei: loaf, it is an ill wind that blows ao one ai:y good.
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FARMERS AND THE WAR., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3408, 23 March 1915
FARMERS AND THE WAR. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3408, 23 March 1915
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