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(By Telegraph.—Own Correspondent ) WELLINGTON, this day. - Very flattering references have been Jwe by all parties interested to the «« and ability displayed by Mr. P. Wley, tie Wellington Conciliation Comjßsioner, in the conduot of industrial deputes, which have lately engaged his iS 3 * 1 ™" The latest testimony to his B°M work comes from Mr. E. j. Carey, *ao represented the workers -while the gocers' dispute was toeing heard, and who was very favourably impressed with l "c tactics of the Commissioner on that weaaon. In a letter sent to Mr. Halley, "■Carey says: "As one of those who •Wpmiimsly opposed to the abolition t , ac Conciliation Boards in favour oi WiUStnal Councils, and who have not .« changed their opinion on the matter, nf to t0 sa 5' that ifc will be ™ fault °13-. P - Halle 7 « the councils do not «™it in a success. From personal obtohT 051 dUring the ca3e mentioned, he ,«us particularly fitted to be the con"™"w in industrial disputes. I «-is.h ™ f ei ?' success, and will at every o ppon umty inform mv fe]]ow . unionist^ for v laion and appreciation I have ' Jir. iiailey." a-p' n^ rey * hazarded th * statement to in fa " re P° rt *r th*t the old feeling «tood°b«t 0 t f v, Coaciliation Boards still lii'Hrin' • he S Ener al attitude of Weln*SJ m, !S. w,ls t0 ivc the s^stem a ism tn h remarks about antagonorGer of thin gs do not taUy the statements J

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CONCILIATION COUNCIL., Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 69, 22 March 1909

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CONCILIATION COUNCIL. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 69, 22 March 1909

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