RAILWAY EMPLOYES INSURANCE BILL.
TO THE KDIIOB,
Sir,—l notice that a mass meeting has been called by circular to be held in Dunedin next month for the purpose of discussing the above Bill. Now, sir, would it not be a gracious act on the part of the Railway Department to run a special train on that date at a small cost, so as to give country employes an opportunity of expressing their opinions on so important a matter. I have no doubt, judging from a telegram that appeared in your paper the ether evening from the Commissioners, that you have only to use your influence to accomplish this tor us;—l am, etc., Workman. Milton, October 21.
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RAILWAY EMPLOYES INSURANCE BILL., Evening Star, Issue 8044, 22 October 1889