File:Eight Hour Procession. 4th October, 1909, With compliments from "The Star". (4442136550).jpg

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English: Reproduced in 'The Star: The Australian Evening Daily' newspaper, Monday Oct 4, 1909, p.4.

This Labour Day procession demanded an eight-hour working day. The basic principle of the eight hour movement was to divide the day into three eight hour periods - eight hours work, eight hours recreation and eight hours sleep. The banners often featured three intertwined 8s.

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