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BARRY DISTRICT TRADES' AND LABOUR COUNCIL. The fortnightly meeting of the members of the Barry District Trades' and Labour Council was held at the Victoria Hotel, Barry Dock, on Friday evening last, present—Messrs F. Walls (presimng) and H. Fisher (provisional), Amalgamated Society of Carpenters and Joiners H. S. Rendell and G. Motton (provisional), Operative Stone Masons* Society W. Harper and J. Wheaton. National Amalgamated Labourers' Union T. Griffiths, Carriage and Wagon Builders' Society J. H. Jose and Morris Jones, Boilermakers' and Iron and Steel Ship Builders' Society J. Robins. 'Tt-neral Union of Carpenters and Joiners M. shepherd (provisional), Amalgamated Society of Railway Servants; J. Murray, Smiths' Harnmeriuen's Society J. Edwards, Bristol and Wesr of England Trade and Provident Society W P. Ciark (secretary) and Ivor LI. Thomas, Trsoerapliical Association. Mr T. S. Thomas (p> evident) and Mr J. Rees (labour representative on siie School and Burial Boards) also attended during the com- mittee proceedings. THE LABOUR FUND. In connection with the fund of the Council for the support of the labour representative on the School and Burial Boards, it was resolved to appeal to each society affiliated with the Council for sub- scriptions in support of this fund, the executive committee to draw up a circular to accompany the appeal pointing out the excellent benefits attend- ing labour representation on public bodies. EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY BILL. In reply to the letter from the council request- ing the Government to adhere to the Employers' Liability Bill in its entirety, a reply was read from the Home Secretary, promising that the council's communication would receive due attention. LETTER FROM THE BARRY DOCK POSTMASTER. A letter was received from Mr W. Arnold, post- master, Barry Dock, returning the council's sub- scription book in connection with the collection for the Nursing Association and Cottage vospital, and stating that a collection had already been made amongst the postmen in support of these funds.-On the proposition of Mr JOSH, seconded by Mr Harper, it was decided that the letter be allowed to lie on the table. THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE NURSING ASSOCIATION. Mr Robins, as a representative of the council, presented a report of the annual meeting o the Barry and District Nursing Association, recently held, and at which he was present. The report was received with satisfaction, and unanimously adopted, and a hearty vote of thanks passed to Mr Robins.

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