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WEST MONMOUTH LIBERALISM.…

SOUTH WALES MINERS' FEDERATION.

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SOUTH WALES MINERS' FEDERA- TION. A meeting of the Executive Council of the South Wales Miners' Federation was held at Cardiff on Monday, Mr W. Brace, M.P., being in the chair, supported by Mr James Winstone, J.P., the vice-president, and Mr Thomas Richards, M. P., the general secretary. Mr Richards, in his official report, said that a deputation at- tended from the Brynteg, Seven Sisters, and Onllwyn Collieries, where the work- men were idle in consequence of the refusal of the management to allow the check- weighers to accompany deputations in deal- ing with disputes. The deputation placed beiore the Council the details of the matter and the workmen's representatives subse- quently raised the matter at the joint meet- ing, where the owners' representatives stated that they had no information upon the matter in dispute, but promised to immediately communicate with the com- pany and let Mr Richards know the result. Mr Enoch Morrell and Mr D. Morgan were appointed by the workmen's represen- tatives to go and interview the manage- ment for this purpose. A dispute at the Bryncethin Colliery, where the workmen have been given notices in consequence of a dispute respect- ing a price list, was relagated to Mr Hart- shorn for investigation and report. A dispute at the Birch Rock Colliery with respect to the introduction of safety lamps was referred to Mr C. B. Stanton for investigation, and the question of notices to terminate contracts having been tendered by the owners of the Rock Colliery, Neath, was relegated to Mr J. D. Morgan for in- vestigation and report. Mr Manning and Mr C. B. Stanton were instructed to seek another interview with the management of the Llanbradach Col- liery with regard to the price list dispute, and to report to the Council the result, with a view to the Council considering the matter of rendering the workmen financial assistance.

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THEFT OF CHARITY BOXES AT…

BILLIARDS.

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I BEDWELLTY URBAN COUNCIL.

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