CGMMC.WVF.AIVniPItIMi: MIXISTKITS VIIAV. [Prrt Uniixd Ppess: Association.] AUCKLAND. D.'c-: iber -0. A d<]iutatio:i lepres'nt the l.ahoi party waited on the Bitrht. ifo:i. A. ]rishoi--10-day, welcnijiinj him to New Zetland, a laivo numlier of union,' p:n tiejpat in_'. M: I-if her the weh oiiK' wa.s a happy augury Pu the soiidanly of tho. Labor
movement in .sew Zealand. Thai movement was the same the world ovci. and their sviiipathies should be as Hide as tho wolld it.-!f. He beo-ved that fheie should bo a .o.istant di i.'u'ati'.'n of leadineliieu iioiue round th" world seeing whathad he"n done and what Lit undone, for onlv by stub means totdd they enuntcrart the s])iiii. of < ons'.'ivatiMn which crept in!o tivir movement as svell as jnio (li A Toiy movemen:. That ven- how success l.ad conv to the party :n Australia. ILre in X'e.v Zealand 1 b--y must realise, thai. it, wrs. for them to wo;k m;. tlviv own. destiny.
Replying to a reference by the carters' represent at ivo to th? Arbitration Court, in which he- criticised tim framins -"»f awards. Mr Fisher s.vd that. howtv a r much they miMit bo disappointed with the position 'to-day, they c hould not forget fha* in the carlv days Xew Zealand did a good deal to lend tho way in industrial legislation. No one could believe that, a.'bitrntion was end of all thiii|rs. When first inaugurated it was better than strikes, but, tho orpense was unjustiiiahie. Tho tedious piocosa of srettiner f,o the courte especially me.do the' dual system of the Commonwealth a burden almost too heavv to hear. In Xew Zealand it wan an intellect ual contest between those who held the iL-ihor partv's views and those who did not. With equal opportunities, they should not blame «»}'.?.".« " ;ut ' jhemsylvci,
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LABOR'S DESTINY, Evening Star, Issue 15688, 30 December 1914