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THE PROPOSED STOP-WEEK IN THE TIN TRADE. VIEWS OF MANUFACTURERS. I One of our representatives writes :—The sanction j given by the Council of the Tinplate Workers'UnioO ) to a stop-week in May, designed for the purpose et depleting stocks and improving the market, has been much canvassed in Llanelly. I have been i* conversation with a gentleman entitled to speak 1 with some authority on the attitude of the masters to the proposal, and from what he stated I am afraid that employers do not receive the proposal with favour. He conceded thatif in May trade was still further depressed and orders had vanished, the manufacturers engaged in the trade, himself among the number, would no doubt acoept the recommell- J dation of the men. But everything hinged on the condition of the order books. If we have enough |J to keep us going we shall continue working, and I I confidently expect that under those conditions the I operatives will stick to their work and ignore the [ recommendation of their Council. 1

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