RESISTANCE TO INCOME TAX,
LITHGOW, July 28.
The western miners wfll probably soon sound a call to arms, as the whole of the lodges in the west are being asked to express an opinion as follows: "That we, members of the western district of the
Coal and Shale Employees' Federation,
ask the general secretary to get into touch with the executive officers 0f all industrial organisations in Australia, with a view of obtaining co-operation in refus- ing to pay State or Federal income tax on wages of £300 or under per annum; also, in the event of a motion being carried, and any member being sent to prison for refusing to pay, that all unionists be called on immediately to stop work, and refuse to recommence until such member is released, or the garnished money is refunded."