LEITH WALL WORK.
TO THE EDITOR. a subscriber to the patriotic funds, I am naturally interested m what is being done with tho money subscribed to provide work for those, said to bo out of employment. This being so, I have visited the above work several times. lr is with regret and reluctance that X dr;.V the attention of thoso in charge to th* amount of loafing being done by some of the men employed. Please understand I am not referring to the whole of the men, as there are a good many steady workers, but as one looks from the differ* ont points of vantage tho shirkers <aa easily be picked out. 'Such fihiikcr£ should be put off at once, and room mads for workers. It is difficult for a foreman to put out the men who only work while under his eye, but sundry men who are thought to be shirkers could be tested by giving them daily what should be a fail day’s work. As a subscriber I object te men for whom work has really been made bv myself and others “ pointing,” as sonu do.— f am, etc.. Pair Play. January 16.
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LEITH WALL WORK., Evening Star, Issue 15702, 16 January 1915