THE SHOP TAILORESSES' LOG.
For the purpose of considering the Bhop tailoresses' log the master tailors held a meeting in Messrs J. Hendry and Son's premises, George street, last night, when sixteen out of tweuty-seven master tailors in town were present. Mr W. Sinclair occupied the chair. After discussion it was agreed to accept the log on the condition that the other master tailors in town do the same. A meeting between the Committee that drew up the log, along with Mr J. A. Millar (sectetary to the Tailoresses' Union), and the master tailors is to held on Friday night, when it is hoped all the latter will attend and have the matter settled in an amicable manner.
The proposed log is said to bo an advance on the one now in force of no less than fiftythree per cent. There are upwards of 100 tailoresses employed in shops in town.
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THE SHOP TAILORESSES' LOG., Evening Star, Issue 8010, 12 September 1889
THE SHOP TAILORESSES' LOG. Evening Star, Issue 8010, 12 September 1889
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