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Strikes and Lockouts, from October 1, 1909, to September 30, 1910.

When Strike
or Lockout

Occurred.

Business or Occupation in which

Strike or Lockout Occurred.

Location in which
Strike or Lockout

Occurred

Cause or Object of Strike or Lockout.

Results of Strike

Successful,
Unsuccessful.
Partly successful.

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Trenton.
For increase in wages

Unsuccessful.
Newark. .
For increase in wages.

Unsuccessful.
Jersey City and Weehaw-
ken.
For uniform wage rate

Unsuccessful.
Perth Amboy.

In sympathy with fellow workmen on strike for increase
in wages..

Partly successful.
Harrison.
Increase in wage3...

Partly successful.
Jersey City, Hoboken
and Weehawken. In sympathy with strike of union in New York.

Partly successful.
Bloomfield.
Increase in wages::

Unsuccessful.
Morristown.
To force a recognition of the union.

Successful.
Maurer.
Forjincrease in wages. : .

Partly successful.
Matawan.
Against reduction in piece prices.

Successful.
Trenton.
For increase in wages.

Unsuccessful.
Califon.

For nine hour workday, instead of ten.
Avondale.
To force employers to unionize the plant.

Unsuccessful.
New Brunswick.
For increase in piece prices.

Unsuccessful.
Nutley
For increase in wages.

Unsuccessful.
Chatham, Madison and 1
Morristown.
For increase in wages.

Successful.
South Amboy,
For increase in wages.

Unsuccessful.
New Brunswick.
For increase in wages.

Unsuccessful.
Plainfield.
For uniform wage rate.

Partly successful.
Edgewater.

For reduction in working time, or an increase in wages.. Partly successful.
Belleville.
Disagreement over a foreman.

Unsuccessful.
Jersey City

For increase in wages, and minimum wage scale. Partly successful.
Trenton.
For increase in wages.

Partly successful.
Dover.
In sympathy with foreman.

Unsuccessful. 1
Trenton
For increase in wages. :

Unsuccessful.
Jersey City
In sympathy with discharged foreman.

nsuccessful. Newark. Forjincrease in wages.

nsuccessful.

June
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July
July
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July

7. Clay banks.
16. Laborers (trolley).
16. Printing press works
18. Corn products manufactory.
21. Leather manufactory:
27. Marine engine manufactory
3. Plumbers.
5. Knitting mill.
7. Street paving laborers.
19. Laundry.
20. Power house of P. S. c.

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For increase in wages...

Partly successful.
In sympathy with striking garment makers in New

York.......
In sympathy with striking sugar refiners in Brooklyn

for increase in wages.
Against discharge of forewoman, and for increase in wages Partly successful.
Against changein pay day from Saturday to Wednesday.. Unsuccessful.
For increase in wages.
For the discharge of a foreman.

Unsuccessful.
For increase in wages. ..

Unsuccessful.
Against the discharge of a foreman.

Unsuccessful.
For increase in wages.

Partly successful.
Against the discharge of union men.
For increase in wages.

Unsuccessful.
For ten per cent. increase.

Successful.
For increase in wages.

Successful. In sympathy with New York workmen on strike.

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