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WORE AND WAGES.

At a meeting of the Auckland Trades and Labor Council a letter was read from the Railway Department, in reply to a request from the Council on the subject of workmen's trains, stating that the question of providing workmen's trains- had been, under consideration for some time, and that such train services would be> provided at all the chief centres' of the colony as soon as the department wassatisfie'd"that they could be successfully introduced.

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WORE AND WAGES., Issue 10425, 21 September 1897

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WORE AND WAGES. Issue 10425, 21 September 1897

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