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. The Wellington Bread Company having declined to agree to the award of the Conciliation Board in the recently-heard dispute in the bakery trade, steps will be taken to bring the matter before the Arbitration Court. It is understood that the great majority of the master bakers were agreeable to the award of the Board, but the objection of the Bread Company to fall into line puts an end to the present settlement of the dispute.

WELLINGTON, November 23. The master bootmakers, builders, contractors, furniture makers, and tailors have jointly protested against the action of the Bakers’ Association in calling upon Mr Wilkie to resign from the Conciliation Boardmid have placed on record their appreciation of his good services in that position. '

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WORK AND WAGES., Issue 10478, 23 November 1897

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WORK AND WAGES. Issue 10478, 23 November 1897

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