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A MOTHER'S GRIEF.

WAGES IN THE TINPLATE TRADE.

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WAGES IN THE TINPLATE TRADE. An adjourned meeting of the Dockers' Union (Tinplate Section) was held at the Dockers' Hall, Plymouth-street, Swansea, on Saturday, and lasted most of the day. One of the workmen was voted to the chair, and Mr. Ben Tiilett and Mr. James Wignall were present. The object of the meeting was to discuss the list of wages proposed to be put in force at the expiration of the present list in June. The whole matter was gone into in detail, and the men resolved in nearly every case to stick fast to the 1874 list. The strongest feeling prevailed that the masters should not be given in to on this wage ques- tion.

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