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THE WASHINGTON LABOUR CONFERENCEI

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THE WASHINGTON LABOUR CONFERENCE I A compromise appears to have been reached on the question of admitting trade union dele- gates from the late enemy countries to the League of Nations Labour Conference at Wash- ington. It is stated that the United States Government has invited Germany, Austria, and the other countries to send representatives to America, and it is proposed to let the Washing- ton Conference itself decide whether on their arrival these delegates shall be invited to attend and take part in the discussions on the same footing as the others. A message from South Africa states that the trade union delegate to the Washington Confer- ence will be Mr. Crawford, secretary of the South African Industrial Federation. Nearly 50,000 skilled trade unionists, whose organisa- tions are not amhated to the Federation, are protesting against the Government's action in appointing Mr. Crawford, 011 the ground' that their unions and many others have been entirely ignored.

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