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PROHIBITED IN FRANCE. GENERAL STRIKE ORGANISED. PARIS, April 5. The proposal of the Premier (M. Clemenceau) to legalise Civil servants' associations, but denying the right to strike, led to a great protest meeting in Paris.

Many of the postal and other State servants are fraternising with the Revolutionary Confederation of Labour, and many subversive speeches have been delivered.

A secret mixed committee of 12, representing Civil servants and ordinary trade unionists, has been formed to organise a general strike, with a view to compelling Parliament to yield to the extreme demands that are being made.

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CIVIL SERVICE STRIKES., Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 82, 6 April 1909

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CIVIL SERVICE STRIKES. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 82, 6 April 1909

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