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Port Whence.

Port Whence.

December 1, 1912 - Settmakers' and Stoneworkers' Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Description. Quantity of Norway Granite Cube:, 91 Kerb In Bulk. Rough Hewn Granite 81 11 11 11 Quantity Granite Setts

Description. Quantity of Norway Granite Cube:, 91 Kerb In Bulk. Rough Hewn Granite 81 11 11 11 Quantity Granite Setts

11 „ Rough Granite Cubes 91 11 Norway Granite Rough Cubes 701 Pieces Granite Kerb Hewn Granite Channel Granite Kerb In Bulk. Rough Hewn Granite Rough Hewn Kerbs Blocks Rough Hewn Granite I. II II II II If t f f f ft 74 Pieces,, Dressed tf
December 1, 1912 - Settmakers' and Stoneworkers' Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Addresses of becretaries.

Addresses of becretaries.

December 1, 1912 - Settmakers' and Stoneworkers' Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
National Union of Quarrymen.

National Union of Quarrymen.

''eneral Secretary visited Pen:oaeannawr on January 10th in eon .i.tction with some trouble that had iaisen there. A meeting was held in the evening, the Secretary advising the wen not to rush into trouble without first considering the matter from all standpoints, and not to go
February 1, 1912 - Settmakers' and Stoneworkers' Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
CORRESPONDENCE. lEN PASSANT. ro the Editor.

CORRESPONDENCE. lEN PASSANT. ro the Editor.

Sir,- It was on the afternoon of the eve of Christmas. 1932. that on one of the rare visits of mine these days to a well-known city of the Midlands I encountered an old trade unionist and personal friend, and as was only natural, we fell into a discussion on the position of affa
February 1, 1933 - Settmakers' and Stoneworkers' Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
"FOR'ARD." Dear Mr. Editor,

"FOR'ARD." Dear Mr. Editor,

Readers in North Wales are no doubt aware of the recent publicity stunt, urging all householders of North Wales to buy North Wales coal. In the publicity pamphlet, it stated that for every ton bought, it would mean a day more work for a collier. It has occurred to me, Mr. Editor
February 1, 1933 - Settmakers' and Stoneworkers' Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
become rather stale, notably since the fourpence ~ egan to 13- helii 117 . ) Still, we have fair attendances,

become rather stale, notably since the fourpence ~ egan to 13- helii 117 . ) Still, we have fair attendances,

and our members are in better standing than previously. In the latter respect we are very fortunate. There has been an attempt made to raise a discussion on the amalgamation of the Settinakers' Union with the National Quarrymen's Union, but so far without success, probably becau
October 1, 1912 - Settmakers' and Stoneworkers' Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
McLass. es Road. laverkeithiag, Scotland. PIRILAP, Serra/del du a K. zNM Katy*. Lomas. se. Badding lllmet, Math. StalamL Irdiattre.—Wmuess FRAM,

McLass. es Road. laverkeithiag, Scotland. PIRILAP, Serra/del du a K. zNM Katy*. Lomas. se. Badding lllmet, Math. StalamL Irdiattre.—Wmuess FRAM,

Hill, Khmers, Aberdeenablis Haws. The Warren, Aber- Wales. Liaag=r4L ia rm, Tya-y-Coed. Useirs, fl enonsen.—CLast. WILLIAMS, 17, Water North Wales. Lso=.—Jogni Foaming. North Bad, L. Alowick, Noneltinder.—Joun S. W"' 'a, 9, Gibson Ardwidt. Manchester. lerislield.-1. Ammason, "Ge
November 1, 1930 - Settmakers' and Stoneworkers' Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
M motets I isersond.

M motets I isersond.

M I isersond. Mr. Moresby submitted that there had been a steady increase in the gross production of stone got. They had the striking fact that in five years, from June, 1926, they had more than doubled the amount of the sales. They must conclude it was a live and growing concern
September 1, 1930 - Settmakers' and Stoneworkers' Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
GENERAL NOTE&

GENERAL NOTE&

Sunderland. The T.C. is recommended by the Highways Committee to undertake the following schemes in order to relieve unemployment :—Burdon IRoad, widening, Douro Terrace to Holmeside, estimated cost £24,000; Chester Road Bridge widening, estimated cost £5,500; Chester Road, dive
September 1, 1930 - Settmakers' and Stoneworkers' Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland