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[We do not hold ourselvoa responsible (or tl e opinions oxpresßsd by cur correspondents. 1

TP flfE KniTQB. Sve,—We, the employes of the yarious drapers, hatters, ond hosiers, beg to brjpg our case before the public for their assistance and sympathy. We are compelled to remain at business till 8.30 p.m. in consequence of a ; hosier in Princes street refusing to plose at 6.?0 p.m,, though our employers are willing to 01030 at that time. We may say that there are altogether tweptyrtwo drapers, hatters, and hosiers. It ssems a shame that one person should be sufficient to keep not only us, but our employers from eDj'oying their evenings like the rest of the public. Thanking the Press and the clergymen for what they have done, and hoping will assist us till we obtain what we are aiming at—Wo are, etc, , James Dunne (Masters and Co.), P. Christe 1, (J. Taylor, Rattray street), James Pryor (W. D. Houston, George street), L. Seehof, do; H. Mansfield (Brown, George street), James Muir (16 Princes street), J. Blenkinsopp (J. Gallie, George street), J. Smith, do ; L, Pavletich, do ; Miss B. Pillar, do ; A. Millar (Fyfe and Cuming, George street), A. W. Cohan, do; J. H. M'Kay, do; Miss J. Condon, do ; Miss E. Wall, do; Miss E. M. M'Donald, do; Miss L. do; Miss J. Thomson, do; Miss U- G, SeehofF, do; Miss R. Brooks, do ; Miss W, Riach, do; Miss Grenfell, do 5 Messrs Carter and Co., George street—W. S. Glass, do; J. E. Wingfield, do; J. C. Carter, do; G. Robertson, do ; R. Wright, do; ■ I). Lilburne, do; D. Taylor, do; Miss M. Fitzsimmons, do; Miss R. Howarth, do; Miss M. Alexander, do; Miss E. Powell', do; Miss H. Fountain, do; Miss S; Gearin, do; MissE. Foode, do; Miss M.'Willis, dor; Miss" Henuey; do j Miss A. 'J. 'Finlayson', do; Miss M. : | Edwards, do; Miss C. Lucatf, do,

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CORRESPONDENCE. EARLY CLOSING., Issue 8000, 31 August 1889

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CORRESPONDENCE. EARLY CLOSING. Issue 8000, 31 August 1889

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