[Handbill advertising a mass meeting of tramwaymen in Liberty Hall,

July 26th.]
Bibliographic Details
Main Creator: Irish Transport and General Workers' Union.
Format: Book
Language:English
Published / Created: Dublin, [1913]
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Exhibited as part of 'Dublin Lockout 1913'' exhibition, 21 August 2013 - 28 November 2014, National Library of Ireland

Physical description: 1 leaf. 22 cm.

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Exactly one month before the start of the 1913 Lockout, here's an Irish Transport Workers' Organisation handbill advertising a mass meeting in Liberty Hall.
The Freeman's Journal of Monday, 28 July 1913 reported:
"Mr. P.T. Daly said that at a meeting of the tramwaymen held on Saturday night in "Liberty Hall" the place was packed by motormen and conductors, who were determined to have their rights. They were well organised, but although they were, he could assure them that they were not out for a strike. However, he would tell them this much - they were determined to enforce their demands.
Mr. Partridge and Mr. Larkin also spoke."
Date: Saturday, 26 July 1913 at Midnight
Printed by: City Printing Works, Stafford Street, Dublin (by Trade Union Labour on Irish Paper)
Reproduction rights owned by the National Library of Ireland

Comments

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Sing Along! All together now ... ... youtu.be/MvwnwaK9FNM?t=42s [from the depths of the Pun Bin]
Posted: 26.07.2013  
 
National Library of Ireland
@beachcomberaustralia Nope. The sound is all distorted by the weird acoustics deep in the Pun Bin.
Posted: 26.07.2013