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MEETING of TIN-PLATE WORKERS

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MEETING of TIN-PLATE WORKERS THE REDUCTION RESISTED. A meeting of South Wales, Monmouth, Glouces- ter, Worcester, and Staffordshire tin-plate men was held at Swansea on Saturday, when 42 dele- gates attended, four being represented by letter. t:I The following resolutions were adopted:â That an earnest appeal be sent to the chairman of the Employers' Association, asking that body to redeem the trade by restricting the make." That each mill, by working 12 hours, shall only do 36 boxes per turn, and 30 boxes per eight hours, and that in no case the tin-house men shall exceed 30 boxes per day." "That the works working six days per week work five days; and that those working four days be brought to work five days." It was also unanimously resolved to co-operate with the Employers' Association for the mutual benefit of masters and men." It was resolved to resist the proposed reduction everywhere.

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