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HEREFORDSHIRE FINANCES. I

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THE POSTAL TROUBLE.

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THE POSTAL TROUBLE. Responsibility of the Publio. A meeting of postal workers from Wor- cestershire, Gloucestershire and Hereford- shie was held at Worcester on Sunday. Mr Goulding, M.P. (chairman) expressed the hope that no strike was contemplated, and advised them to rely on the sense of justice of the public. Mr G H Stuart stated he could conceive a certain state of things in which a strike would become inevitable. There was no man or woman in the Post Office who desired a strike. They realised their respon- sibility to the public, but they also realised, what. many forgot, the public's respon- sibility to them. They were out to fight and to get what they thought they ought to get. Mr G Middleton, Postal and Telegraph Clerks' Association, proposed a resolution which entered an emphatic protest against the adoption of the Holt report in its present form as it still failed to deal adequately with the increase in the cost of living and, further, it was actually an attack on trades unionism in the Post Office. The resolution also demanded an immediate adequate in- crease in wages, and the elimination of the objectionable clauses of the report. The resolution was adopted.

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CANADIAN NEWS JOTTINGS.

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