THE REFORM GOVERNMENT AND THE ARBITRATION ACT.
TO THE EDITOR.
Sir, —On the 2nd June last a deputation appointed by the Otago General Laborers' Union waited on the Hon. W. F. Massey, Minister of Labor, and submitted to him 14 separate cases showing breaches of tho union's award, which, they said, his department declined to enforce. Mr Massey, in reply to the deputation, intimated that if copies of the letters read to hirn by myself were forwarded to him at Wellington ho would have the matter looked into. "Although it is now over six months since he made that promise he has not yet fulfilled it, nowithstanding the fact that he has received frequent reminders from myself. Comment is needless.—l am, etc., M. M'Alle.v. December 8.
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