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SEAMEN'S WAGES QUESTION.

!TEMPERANCE WORK AT ! CADOXTON.

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TEMPERANCE WORK AT CADOXTON. The usual weekly session of the St. David's Lodge, Cadoxton, was held last Thursday evening, at eight p.m., in the Assembly-room of the Shaftes- bury Temperance Hotel, Vere-street, Cadoxton, Bro. B. Lewis in the chair. There was a good attendance of members, and the customary business was disposed of with despatch. The in- stallation of the newly-elected officers for the current quarter constituted the particular feature of the evening, Bro. H. Richards, Lodge Deputy, conducting the installation in a very creditable manner. During the last six months, which undoubtedly has been the most successful epoch in the Lodge's existence, much energy has been displayed by the members, both individually and collectively with the result that it is now re- cognised as one of the leading subordinate lodges in the whole principality. In connection with the Adult Lodsre a Juvenile Temple has been instituted, and we are glad to be able to record that great progress has been made since its formation, and we sincerely trust that it will still continue to grow, and that it will ulti- mately become a power of much good in the district. The following is the programme and list of officers of 1892 for the quarter ending October 27th, 1892:— 1892. Aug. 4th.—Installation of Officers. „ lIth.-Bros. W. E. Davies and T. C. Thomas responsible. „ ISfch.—Coffee Supper. 25th.—Visit of Cardiff Mission Band. Sept. 1st,.—Open Lodge. 8th.—Paper by Bro. H. Richards. „ 15th.—Sisters Davies, senr., and Wilde, junr., responsible. „ 22nd.-Pii.per by Bro. W. E. Davies. 29th.—Sisters Thomas, senr., and Attwood, senr., responsible. Oct. 6th.—Fruit Banquet. „ 13th.—Open Lodge. 20th.- Visit of Rose of Cardiff" Lodge. „ 27th.—Election of Officers. The following is a list of officers :-C.T.. Bro. W. E. Davies V.T., Sister Wilde, junr. P.C.T., Bro. A. W. Cuttriss; S., Bro. Fletcher; C., Sister Davies, senr.: F.S., Sister Thomas, senr. D.M., Sister Attwood, senr.; L.D., Bro. W. Richards S.J.T., Bro. G. II. Smith T., Bro. Katherens M., Bro. T. B. Thomas G.. Bro. Delahav A.S., Sister Attwood, junr. organist, Sister Holloway, Apart from the good done in promoting and advancing the cause of temperance in this district, it will be seen from the above that the large meetings are very enjoyable and interesting in character, and we would in conclusion like to state that our best wishes are with the lodge in their objects of social reform, and would counsel them to still go for- ward having for their motto, Excelsior."

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OUR SEAMEN'S GRIEVANCES

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CORRESPONDENCE.

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CRICKET. ^—.—

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