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EMPLOYERS AND EMPLOYED.

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EMPLOYERS AND EMPLOYED. SCHEME TO ABOLISH LABOUR TROUBLES. The forthcoming number of the Engineering Times will contain an article calling attention to the constitution and objects of the National In. dustrial Association, which is about to be formed for the purpose of placing the relations of employers and employed upon a more satisfactory basis. Its originator is Mr John Lockie, of Newcastle-on- Tyne, who, it is stated, will bear all the expenses of the movement until it becomes s>If-supporting. The following are to be the aims of the new associa- tion as at present drafted (1) To bring about an association of societies in trade questioDs, as employers, employed, or as merchants. (2) To keep before the minds of the employers and employed that the practical recognition of th< ir common interest will strengthen and pro- mote British trade and commerce. (3) To inquire into and report on matters affecting British trade and commerce, with a view to enabling our manufacturers to hold their own in the markets of the world. (4) To create and cement between employers apd employees a feeling of common interest. To provide an association where all employers and employed can meet on occasions on the same plaue, and to create permanent machinery for conciliation which will be available in case of any threatened dispute between employers and their men. The association hopes to be able to act in perfect harmony with the federations or unions which m-iy be in existence for the promotion of the interests of employers or employees or with any boards of conciliation or with any other associations or ohambers which have for their object the promotion of trade and commerce. Printed by Lewis Evans, at his Minerva Printing Works, 117, Holton Road, Barry Dock, in the County 0/ Glamorgan, and Published by Lewis Evans and Thomas iWW ft, ff",