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Quarrying in the Class.

Quarrying in the Class.

The correspondence in our columns on quarrying in the Clee Hills should help to fix attention on deficiencies in the law which public opinion will surely not tolerate much longer. In recent years the increased demand for road-making material and the efficiency of modern quarryin
October 1, 1933 - Settmakers' and Stoneworkers' Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
WESTMORLAND CRANITE.

WESTMORLAND CRANITE.

More work during the coming winter will be provided for the employees, numbering about 300, at the Granite Works, Shap, We..tmorland, a tender having been accepted by the Southern Railway for the supply of granite to be used in the construction of a new dock at Dover. The securi
October 1, 1933 - Settmakers' and Stoneworkers' Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Contributions for Sick, Funeral and Trade Benefits, al to 40 years of age, I/1 per week. SICK BENEFITS: ta months

Contributions for Sick, Funeral and Trade Benefits, al to 40 years of age, I/1 per week. SICK BENEFITS: ta months

to s years' membershipis! per week for 13 weeks. 13 9. S/- p p p 13 p s years' membership and overis/ per week for :3 weeks. 10/- 99 90 99 13 99 5/ - 00 99 99 26 99 ACCIDENT BENEFITS :--10/- per week for so weeks for members who are in receipt of compensation for such accident.
October 1, 1933 - Settmakers' and Stoneworkers' Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
LEICESTER LEADS. Largest Cntnite Output in the Country.

LEICESTER LEADS. Largest Cntnite Output in the Country.

Leicestershire has maintained its position as the largest producer in the country of granite for road making despite the curtailment of road work under the National Economy scheme. The annual report of the Secretary for Mines shows that Leicestershire's total output of granite d
October 1, 1933 - Settmakers' and Stoneworkers' Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
BRANCH REPORTS. MINFFORDD.

BRANCH REPORTS. MINFFORDD.

I am sorry to say that trade is still very with us here, nothing going away and stocks accumulating. A number of men have been laid off and we are again on short time—from 9 a.m. to 4.30 p.m., and no work at all on Saturdays. . ‘Ve have been called on very often to fix prices on
October 1, 1933 - Settmakers' and Stoneworkers' Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
VALUE OF GRANITE. Cood Rosana of MOW Road Toots.

VALUE OF GRANITE. Cood Rosana of MOW Road Toots.

VALUE OF GRANITE. Cood Rosana of Road Toots. Leicestershire granite has come very well out of the many tests recorded in the new report on experimental work on roads carried out by. the Technical Advisory Committee of the Ministry of Transport. On the Great North Road near Aberfo
October 1, 1933 - Settmakers' and Stoneworkers' Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
"OUTSIDE INTERFERENCE" IN LABOUR CONTROVERSIES.

"OUTSIDE INTERFERENCE" IN LABOUR CONTROVERSIES.

In their statements against trade union tollective bargaining the executives of antiunion corporations, of which the United States Steel Corporation is typical, have stressed the terrible menace which they visioned in "outside" organisations . like national trade unions "interfe
October 1, 1933 - Settmakers' and Stoneworkers' Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
EXONNIV• Exports.

EXONNIV• Exports.

Exports. Black marble has been worked or found in twelve counties in Ireland, it is stated in an artick in the "Irish Trade Journal," and the main deposits are those of Kilkenny and Galway. Typical Kilkenny marble is known as "shelly black" and contains white sections, owing to t
October 1, 1933 - Settmakers' and Stoneworkers' Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Limerick Quarries.

Limerick Quarries.

Good black marble was also formerly procured from a numlier of quarries in County Limerick, and quantities were exported from there to London. A number of quarries have also been worked in Carlow, once famous for its monumental stone, which supplied the Dublin and Waterford mark
October 1, 1933 - Settmakers' and Stoneworkers' Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
GENERAL NOTES.

GENERAL NOTES.

Liverpool.—The T.C. is recommended by the Finance Committee to construct a new road at Speke, at an estimated cost of £201,000. Kingsbury.—The U.D.C. has received the provisional sanction of the M.H. to borrow £16,150 for the making-up of Grove Park, Forest Gate, Stancroft, High
October 1, 1933 - Settmakers' and Stoneworkers' Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland