Hours of labour - Law and legislation

Hours of labor - Law and legislation
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Date: 1978-1980 From: Roth, Herbert Otto, 1917-1994: Collected papers, personal papers, photographs and ephemera Ref: 94-106-45/12 Description: Quantity: 1 folder(s).
Date: 1987-1990 From: Roth, Herbert Otto, 1917-1994: Collected papers, personal papers, photographs and ephemera Ref: 94-106-45/14 Description: Quantity: 1 folder(s).
Date: 1981-1986 From: Roth, Herbert Otto, 1917-1994: Collected papers, personal papers, photographs and ephemera Ref: 94-106-45/13 Description: Quantity: 1 folder(s).
Campaign for Civilised Drinking: Vote now - drink later [1967]
Date: 1967 From: [Ephemera concerning the hours of sale of liquor and the opening hours of bottle stores and bars, in New Zealand 1900s - ] Ref: Eph-A-ALCOHOL-Hours-1967-01 Description: Arrangement of text: Vote now - drink later. Later closing is designed for civilised adults ... Dating based on the known use of this slogan in 1967, and it...
Date: 1967 From: Lodge, Nevile Sidney 1918-1989 :[Archive of original cartoons for the Evening Post and Sports Post, 1941 to 1988] Ref: B-137-324 Description: Shows three different vignettes: Two members of the public vote in the referenda about 6 o'clock closing and the length of the parliamentary term; a policema...
Date: [1948-1966] From: Chan, Lionel Lai-hung, 1919- : Papers Ref: 97-050-1/04 Description: Correspondence, agendas, minutes, correspondence and some financial records for the Dominion Federation of Chinese Commercial Growers and the New Zealand Chi...
"My government is innocent of changing the Easter trading status quo... See ye to it!" 22 March, 2008
Date: 2008 From: Moreu, Michael, 1969-: [Digital cartoons published in the Christchurch Press and Fairfax Media] Ref: DCDL-0005836 Description: Shows Minister of Labour, Trevor Mallard, as a Roman emperor. He stands on a balcony above an invisible crowd down below and washes his hands. The crowd wave...
Date: 2000-2006 From: Kedgley, Susan Jane, 1948- : Papers Ref: MSDL-1504 Description: Files relating to womens issues, feminism, Sue Kedgley's role as Green Party Spokesperson Womens Affairs 2000-2009, and her bill which passed as the Employme...
Date: 2005-2008 From: Kedgley, Susan Jane, 1948- : Papers Ref: MSDL-1527 Description: Files relating to the Employment Relations (Flexible Working Hours) Amendments Bill, and the Coalition for Quality Flexible Work. Includes draft and publish...
Date: 2006-2011 From: Kedgley, Susan Jane, 1948- : Papers Ref: MSDL-1505 Description: Comprises loose electronic files relating to Sue Kedgley's roles and various campaign interests during her time at Parliament. Includes speech notes, emails,...
Date: 1975 From: Lodge, Nevile Sidney 1918-1989 :[Archive of original cartoons for the Evening Post and Sports Post, 1941 to 1988] By: Lodge, Nevile Sidney, 1918-1989; Evening Post (Wellington, N.Z.) Ref: B-134-740 Description: Shows an office full of staff who are all standing around drinking coffee and talking. A man has walked into the room with a newspaper article and announces ...
Date: 1980 From: [Miscellaneous ephemera related to selling and advertising of merchandise in retail outlets. 1980] By: New Zealand Shop Employees Association Ref: Eph-B-RETAIL-1980-01 Description: Argues that Saturday shopping will bring higher costs, weekend work, broken families, loss of full time job opportunities, loss of weekend leisure. Back page...
D.I.C. :To-morrow, Christmas Eve at the D.I.C. Shop early with comfort. Open till Eleven p.m. Evening Post Print - 9679. [ca 1905].
Date: 1904 - 1905 By: Evening Post (Wellington, N.Z.); Shaw, (Mr), active 1905 Ref: Eph-D-RETAIL-1905-01 Description: Arrangement of text around central engraving showing Wellington Corporation Tramways tram in street outside building labelled Telegraph Dept. D.I.C. building...
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Samuel Parnell
Date: June 1890 From: Wright, Henry Charles Clarke, 1844-1936 :Negatives Ref: 1/1-020462-G Description: Samuel Duncan Parnell who initiated the eight hour working day. Taken by Henry Wright in June 1890. Quantity: 1 b&w original negative(s).
Blomfield, William, 1866-1938 :His hopeless cry. New Zealand Observer, 26 November 1904.
Date: 1904 By: Blomfield, William, 1866-1938; New Zealand observer (Newspaper) Ref: J-065-012 Description: 'New Zealand citizen' is tied to a stake by tape labelled with legislative acts and is screaming for 'liberty'. Extended Title - The voice of the people is ...
Booth, Leonard Hampden, 1879-1974 :Mary Ann in Maoriland. The Bulletin, 19 September 1912, p. 18.
Date: 1912 By: Bulletin (Newspaper); Booth, Leonard Hampden, 1879-1974 Ref: J-042-004 Description: Mary Ann is waving a flag labelled '8 hours day, 8 half holidays'. Exhibited in 'Harpies & Heroines: A cartoon history of the changing roles of women in New...
New Zealand Alliance :Yes! 6 o'clock closing is the safest. Six o'clock has proved a boon. 1948.
Date: 1948 From: [Ephemera concerning the hours of sale of liquor and the opening hours of bottle stores and bars, in New Zealand 1900s - ] By: New Zealand Alliance for the Abolition of the Liquor Traffic Ref: Eph-A-ALCOHOL-Hours-1948-01 Description: Shows a man and woman at a table, with the woman pouring cups of tea for them. There is a vase of flowers on the table. The referendum on six o'clock closi...