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ILW A YS, RAILWAYMEN, and…

THE WASHINGTON LABOUR CONFERENCEI

l Workmen's Examiners. I

H. Seymour Berry & The StrikeI

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H. Seymour Berry & The Strike I "RICHT OR WRINC"âWE MUST SUPPORT I THE GOVERNMENT. The ordinary general meeting of Jollit Lysaght, Ltd. NN,;isIItield yesterday at Cannon- street Hotel, London, E.C. Mr. H. /.Seymour Berry, J.P., the chairman, who presided, observed at the outset of the pro- ceedings We are me<>ting to-dav with a menace han?in? over the industry of this country, which has been only once equaled before, in U)14. To a large manufacturing ifrm like John Lysaght the-ao^ £ lree f actuate transport facilities can only mean the early suspension of all owachvi- tics and thct)<;si))? downof all our works. We must realise, however, that RICHT OR WRONG, this dispute is one which the Gov- ernment is fighting as th3 representative of the whole of the community, and it is our plain duty to give to the Government every assistance that lies in our power.

I Merthyr Water -Charges.-I

Rusholme Bye-Election. I

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BIRMINGHAM'S LABOUR WEEKLY.…

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