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GENERAL ITEMS.

GENERAL ITEMS.

DUNS. —lt is proposed by the Town Council to pave Teindh ill Green Street. PONTYPRIDD.—The Local Board have decided to spend about £1,600 on street improvements. YoßK.—The Markets' Committee have resolved to recommend the City Council to take immediate steps for paving Parliamen
December 1, 1893 - Settmakers' and Stoneworkers' Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Tortesponbenct.

Tortesponbenct.

THE APPRENTICE QUESTION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE " SETTMAKERS AND STONEWORKERS' JOURNAL." SIR,-1 was very well pleased to see the "Apprentice Question" taken up by your correspondent, "Ex-Secretary," in the last issue of the Journal. I consider this question is one of the greatest
November 1, 1891 - Settmakers' and Stoneworkers' Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
PITRODDIE.

PITRODDIE.

OUR last ordinary meeting was held on 23rd January, although but few in number we had a full attendance, and all in good standing, and interested in the work of the Union. We had
March 1, 1893 - Settmakers' and Stoneworkers' Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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March 1, 1893 - Settmakers' and Stoneworkers' Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
SCOTTISH ASSOCIATED PAVIORS. GLASGOW.

SCOTTISH ASSOCIATED PAVIORS. GLASGOW.

TRADE is not so good as it was before the close of last year. The contractors, Ntessrs. Fail!, Neilson, and Law, who have each been successful in getting a share of the Glasgow Paving contracts, have not started work in any of their sections yet. The Paviors of the Statute Labou
March 1, 1893 - Settmakers' and Stoneworkers' Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
COVE.

COVE.

TRADE here is looking rather better than it has done for a considerable time back. We have dispatched nearly all our 3 . 4 by 7, during the past two months—which means well on to the borders of 2000 tons. There is still a large stock lying around yet, but it is to be hoped they
February 1, 1893 - Settmakers' and Stoneworkers' Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
KENINAY.

KENINAY.

I HANS not much to report at this time as things seem to move along much about. the same way as formerly. Work is much about the same with the settmakers. In No. 1 quarry they always get plenty of time to play. In No. 3. they are a little better off, they seem to get steadier wo
February 1, 1893 - Settmakers' and Stoneworkers' Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE Settmakers employed with the Rubislaw Granite Company have frequently complained of the unfavourable condition under which they had to

THE Settmakers employed with the Rubislaw Granite Company have frequently complained of the unfavourable condition under which they had to

work compared with the men employed by other firms. The chief ground of complaint being that there were certain classes of Setts which were not inspected and approved of at the quarry, but were driven into the city and had to pass an inspector there before the men were relieved
July 1, 1895 - Settmakers' and Stoneworkers' Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
them as a trade and once for all settle the vexed question between masons and slaters, which trouble is not

them as a trade and once for all settle the vexed question between masons and slaters, which trouble is not

unknown in other trades although in different phases. Second, it would be a powerful weapon for the prevention of strikes and the creation of blackleg shops, because it wouldn't matter where blacklegs were brought in to work the Federation Unionists would refuse to work with the
July 1, 1895 - Settmakers' and Stoneworkers' Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Aberdeen Operative Masons and Stonecutters' Society—Wanted, a Permanent Secretary. SlE,—Some short time ago our organisation had under discussion at one

Aberdeen Operative Masons and Stonecutters' Society—Wanted, a Permanent Secretary. SlE,—Some short time ago our organisation had under discussion at one

of its monthly meetings the advisability of having a Permanent Secretary—one who would devote the whole of his time to the business of the Union. On that occasion it will be remembered that the motion was defeated, partly (I am inclined to think) owing to the fact that Mr. Wilso
July 1, 1895 - Settmakers' and Stoneworkers' Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland