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MUST JOIN OR ? Press Association—-By Telegraph—Copyright. SYDNEY, October. 19. As the outcome of complaints of the unfairness .'of non-unionists reaping the benefits won by unionists, Mr Griffith New South Wales Minister of Works, has issued an ultimatum to non-unionist employees in the Public Works Department notifying that from the beginning of the Current month all workmen who have not become members of.the recognised unions will receive only the rate of wage current before the last award was obtained governing their respective callings. "This ultimatum," adds Mr Griffith, "is from no desire to force any man's conscience in the matter, but at tho same time I consider that workmen staying, outside their unions should not be permitted to benefit by the increments won by the exertions of organisation, "m

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UNIONISTS AND NONUNIONISTS, Issue 15628, 20 October 1914

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UNIONISTS AND NONUNIONISTS Issue 15628, 20 October 1914

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