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UNIONISM AND ELDERLY WORKMEN.

(To the Editor.) Pir.—l beg to suggest that men of over sixty-five years of age should be exempted from being compelled to belong to a union to obtain work, as steady men of that age are required as relief men in case of sickness and other causes, and should be allowed to make their own arrangements with employers without putting them in jeopardy, as at the most they can only do a few days' at a time, and it seems a uity they should be deprived of that.—l am, etc., STEADY TRADESMAN.

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UNIONISM AND ELDERLY WORKMEN. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 77, 31 March 1909

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