RE A LABOR GOVERNMENT AND LOCAL INDUSTRY.
TO THE EDITOR. Sir,— Among your c.vbk;= dealing with Australian affairs in tins evenings issue you have headed one of trie paragraphs * A Labor Govonunont Loc;u Industry,’ and then inf-aun your readers that, “the Premier of Mow couth V, r 1 tabled a return showing that a. contract for 225 locomotives, costing £1.3a5.?0i. had been placed with the Clyde Engineering Company.” The majority of your readers would naturally inter that this contract had been let to a firm outside of Australia, when, a.* a matter ol iact, the works of the company mentioned are situated on the outskirts of hyduey. As wo are hist on the eve of a (tenoral Election, and as such inference is hkely to adversely affect the chances of the Labor candidates who are contesting cur local irjuts, it would be only fair to lh-sin, and hist to tin; New South Wales Oovcvumrnt. to state Vlv? correct position, May our own Ctovcnunnu use similar “d c co u raf; in ft " methods. —1 am, etc., W. fj. Cayzkk. December 5.
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RE A LABOR GOVERNMENT AND LOCAL INDUSTRY., Evening Star, Issue 15669, 7 December 1914
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