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SOUTH WALES MINERS. I Ab jsaportant conference of 182 delegates, repre- jKKutir.g 69,883 members of the South Wales Miners' Association, was held at Cardiff on Saturday, at which it was unanimously resolved to seek affiliation with the Miners Federation of Great Britain. This is a noteworthy step, because it marks the cleavage with old traditions resulting from the recent contest with the coalowners. Hitherto the South Wales colliers have been little better than a disorganised mob, and it has been found almost impossible to persuade them to join any kind of organisation which involved direct contribu- tions to lodges or local branches. At the conference the chairman, Mr. W. Abraham. M.P., described the lines upon which they were forming the new organi- sation. The conference unanimously resolved to ask for affiliation and Mr. Abrahams, Mr. W. Bruce, and Mr. John Williams were appointed a deputa- tion to attend the Miners' Federation meeting at Edinburgh.

THE WORK OF THE TEACHER.

THE PHILIPPINES.

LATE MRS. CHARLES MATHEWS.¡

FOR LIVERPOOL CWSUMPTIYES.

THE SUGAR BOUNTIES.

TENNYSON MEMORIAL

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ACCIDENT TO A JUDGE.

HEROIC RESCUE,

CONGO TROOPS DEFEATED.

NEW ADMIRALS

.A STRANGE SIGHT.

EXECUTION AT KILKENNY.

lOOLONEL MATHIAS ON THE FIGHT…

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Vi < TH hi: STUNS illURDERER…

SIR JOHN GORST AT BRADFORD.:

RUSKIN HALL AT OXFORD.j

REFUSED A KISS.

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THE RITUALIST CONTROVERSY.

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! CONSERVATIVES AND SOCIAL…

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