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PREFERENCE TO UNIONISTS.

n » °. EMPLOYERS LP IN ARMS. d ' (By Telegraph.—Pi-ess Association.) i, -- DUNEDIN, this day. 1 Employers are up in arms over Judge .•iiins's remarks at V\ eilington on Tuesday over the preference to unionists question. The Sew Zealand Employers' L . federation have circularised all altiliaij t'd associations, Uistung their opinion on {•_ the matter. v "What employers complain of," said s a prominent Dunedin employer, "is that ;r lup to the present time neither Acts v, nor awards of Court have taken away i t from employers the right to engage the jj best labour obtainable, whether a man (.lis a unionist or a non-unionist. >c But now it appears the employer ij. I has to take on the unionist whether ~; suitable or not. This strikes at the very foundation of the. employer's lr right, and consequently is carrying lt consternation throughout the Dominion. S. i

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PREFERENCE TO UNIONISTS. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 67, 19 March 1909

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