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THE INDEPENDENT LABOUR PARTY IN WALES. INAUGURATION OF THE MOVE- MENT IN CARDIFF. A meeting of workers interested in the National Independent Labour Party was held at Cardiff on Monday evening. This party, of which Mr. Ben Tillett, Mr. Keir Hardie, Mr. Cunninghame Graham, and others of that stamp are leading lights. repudiates (we are inforired) all connection with Conservatives or Radicals, and regards both poli- tical parties as alike inimical to the interests of the workers. The meeting decided to carry on operations irrespective of any political party, and, further, that no one holding official position in or connection with any political organisation shall be eligible for membership. The objects of the new party are the promotion of the interests of working' men in every direction, and the securing of direct labour representation on local bodies and' in Parliament. It was further decided to com- mence active propaganda in Cardiff of the prin- ciples of the party, by means of indoor and out- door meeting, and the hon. secretary (Mr. W. Tyler Hammond, of 10, Lyndhurst-street, Cardiff) was requested to ascertain the cost of a hall for weekly meetings for the discussion of social sub- jects. Leading members of the Independent Labour party, including some of the newly-elected M.P.'s, have promised to visit Cardiff at an early dat3. J

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