Author: François Prosper Jacqmin
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Author: François Prosper Jacqmin
Publisher: Palala Press
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Author: François Jacqmin
Publisher: Forgotten Books
Category: Business & Economics
Through the employment of been robbed by the Nazis of their Freight handling in
France more powerful locomotives , also , many privileges , and one and all have
reached a high state of efficiency in train loads were markedly increased , had ...
... in some of the Condition of Railroad Employes in right to a retiring pension
exists only at the cheap lathe and planer . We can purchase uew high - speed
engines than that of the France . age of sixty years , and after ten years '
contribution to ...
labor and wages ; railway wages and tariff . cost of living ; money of Canada ....
banks and finances Goderich : ( Report by ... France : wages of railroad employés
in France . wages and cost of living of farm laborers , and number of persons ...
Author: United States. Dept. of State
Category: Cost and standard of living
France : wages of railroad employés in France wages and cost of living of farm
laborers , and number of persons employed in agriculture , & c .... French money -
gold and silver in circulation from 1795 to 1877 . Bordeaux and the Gironde ...
men employed on the tramway , under- unionist of Paris remarked to us , ' They
are ground and omnibus systems ... A franc equals 20 cents of United States of
steam railroad employes of France we found that the part of their movement in ...
Category: Bus lines
July 1 also is the date for the application of the decision of the United States
Railroad Labor Board ( May 29 ) that the wages of approximately 400,000
railroad maintenance - ofway employés and common laborers in the shops are to
be cut 3 ...
The following is a synopsis of the condition prevailing among railway employes
in France and is taken from official ... A day's work is twelve hours - except for the
clerical staff , who only work eight hours - and on Sundays the trains run very ...
December 10th to 14th , inclusive , upon retired railroad workers by ofPresident
Carroll made mention 1956. ... Four representatives from the the agreement in
detail and led the railway unions in France attended discussion on the subject .
Fourteen years later , accord- ment of their employes , M. William Eddy , the chief
of the ng to the latest official statement , the length of French lines is Bureaux de
la Direction of the Western Railway of France , has returned at 31,216 kilometres
The decision surface railways ; 5,000 on the underground , of the commission
was a reduction in workand 9,000 in the ... the headquarters of the organization
ment wage for tram employes in Paris equals of steam railroad employes of
Category: Labor unions
... the Pennsylvania Railroad System in the Interest of Improved Service,
Increased Efficiency, and a Better Understanding by Employes and the Public of
Railroad Problems Pennsylvania Railroad. From Bad to Worse in France .
growing each ...
Author: Pennsylvania Railroad
11 at Spencer , Iowa on Sundays and assigned the work to employes outside the
scope and application of the Clerks ' Agreement . 2 ) Carrier shall compensate
Employe French for five hours and twenty minutes ( 5 ' 20 " ) at the time and one ...
Author: United States. National Railroad Adjustment Board. Third Division
This should spur Congress , the commissions , the investors , the employes ,
railroad management , and the public to ... of the Pennsylvania Railroad and late
director general of transportation of the American expeditionary forces in France
Author: Walter Mason Camp
An employé gives us the check . 10. One must always have patience with railroad
employés . 11. Now we look for our train . 12. The hours of trains in France are
counted from one to twenty - four . 13. A train marked nineteen forty - five , leaves
Author: Everett Ward Olmsted
Category: French language
This first trip of ours in France by rail was beginning to look like much ado about
nothing. ... Well, we waited and waited, and some French railroad employes
gathered to They were too much for the Algerian section hands look at us