LEITH WALL WORKS.
TO THE EDITOB. Sir, —As a resident of the north end, I take great interest in the above work, and I fail to agree with " Fair Play " when ho says there are a number of .shirkers and pointers employed. 1 see them at work every day—not tor an hour, but houre—and I cannot come to any other conclusion than that every ono of them does his share. True, 1 only see with my naked eye —l haven't a spyglass—but I think it "Fair Play" was on the mixing boards for an hour ho would like to straighten his back for a second or two. Seeing he takes an interest in tho men, perhaps ho will try to get a- shelter shed provided for them, as I have noticed six men trying to got into a tank when the weather has been unfavorable. Treat the men as men, and there will be. no reason to complain.—l am, etc., Subsctubkk. January" 19.
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LEITH WALL WORKS., Evening Star, Issue 15704, 19 January 1915
LEITH WALL WORKS. Evening Star, Issue 15704, 19 January 1915
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