THE PAINTERS' SOCIETY AND MR H. S. FISH.
We learn that, in accordance) with the resolution passed at the last meeting of the Dunedin Painters' Society, the following telegram was forwarded to Mr H. S. Fish, M.H.R. :-"Dld you authorise your manager to pay Si per day to journeymen painters, and aro you going to employ all boys at present at work painting the Exhibition in connection with your contract ?' To thii Mr Fish replied:— "I employ all journeymen painters at tho Exhibition at not less than 9s per car."
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THE PAINTERS' SOCIETY AND MR H. S. FISH., Evening Star, Issue 7963, 19 July 1889
THE PAINTERS' SOCIETY AND MR H. S. FISH. Evening Star, Issue 7963, 19 July 1889
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