Page 1 – 'Black Tuesday'
They called it 'Black Tuesday'. On 12 November 1912, in the goldmining town of Waihi, striker Fred Evans died during a violent confrontation.
- Page 1 - 'Black Tuesday'On 'Black Tuesday', 12 November 1912, in the midst of a bitter six-month strike by miners in the small New Zealand goldmining town of Waihi, striker Fred Evans was killed - one of
Page 1 – The 1913 Great Strike
The Great Strike of 1913 was in fact a series of strikes between mid-October 1913 and mid-January 1914. It was one of New Zealand’s most violent and disruptive industrial
Page 2 – Class war comes to the workers' paradise 1890-1913
History of New Zealand's employment relations, 1890-1913.
Page 3 – Outbreak of the 1913 strike
The 1913 Great Strike was sparked off by two relatively small strikes.
Page 4 – The 1913 strike in Wellington
Because the strike threatened their livelihoods, rural men were keen to volunteer as special constables.
Page 5 – The 1913 strike in Auckland
Watersiders in Auckland began to strike in support of those in Huntly and Wellington.
Page 7 – The defeat of the 1913 strike
The seizure of the wharves in Wellington and Auckland greatly reduced the strikers’ industrial power. Similar takeovers by ‘scab’ arbitration unions soon happened in other