Machinist Strike

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Machinist Strike - of same Sow Monday case. money traction was...
of same Sow Monday case. money traction was crlnv [Fforn Saturday's Daily Democrat.) The meeting of the workmen of the Xilcs Tool Works, licit] ;,, that shop this morning, resulted In the settlement settlement of the differences between tho employers and the workmen of the ' zs employes of the firm but not as members of the union. THE MANAGEMENT of the Ilk* concern still refuses to treat hour. Signed, TUB 3S T iLE3 Toot WCT.KS, "Par James K. Cullen, Geo. T. Kciss." In consideration of all men employed employed by tho sues Tool works on with or e tin; union but met «t a he men an workiv.cn ami in a short time both sides were satisfied ami the men agreed to ;;o to work Monday Statement Prom the Niks. The following statement was sent tc tie DKJIOCIJAT office by the men of the Niks Tool Works In regard to the nieetlDir this morning: "It was proposed to give a Saturday aftei noon half holiday'for June, July anrl August with loss o f 1 pay for but three hours instead of four and dne- half hours; thercinainiugnlnemonths, to work until 4 o'clock on Saturday afternoon with full pay. '·NJI over time except in case of necessity. " Wages of laborers petting 124 per hour Increased to 15 cents per taken back without prejudice, it, wns .-i^reed to unanimously unanimously accept this proposal and to resume work Monday morning, May 27. Others Accept. The settlement reached at the Nii-a will be practically agreed to by the other manufacturers of Hamilton and will lead, .so it is hoped, to a settlement settlement of the strike. Union Men Did Not Atter.d. The union men did not attend the meeting at the Niles Saturday morning morning and the following statement was issued on behalf of the unton men: "The men on a strike refused to attend the meeting held at the Niles Tool works .-Saturday morning. They claim that at the meeting held Thursday Thursday afternoon the committee failed to agree. The shop committee agreed to meet ths out-standing committee again and failed to dn so. The meet(Continued meet(Continued on ;

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  1. Butler County Democrat,
  2. 30 May 1901, Thu,
  3. Page 1

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