CHRISTCHURCH, JFne 10,
A large meeting of bootmakers’ operatives was held to-day at which it was decided that, in consequence of Toomer Bros, refusing to employ members of the Union any longeh, the men locked out go out on strike at lederaliou pay, and that Toomer Bros, be notified that their action having brought this about they would be compelled to pay all the expenses of the strike. The meeting was unanimous in condemning tho action of Toomer Bros, in taking tho opportunity afforded by Ligbtband, Allan closing their works.
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BOOTMAKERS’ STRIKE., Evening Star, Issue 7929, 10 June 1889
BOOTMAKERS’ STRIKE. Evening Star, Issue 7929, 10 June 1889
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