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FORTHCOMING LABOUR DE- MONSTRATION AT BARRY. SEVERAL PROMINENT MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT TO BE INVITED. At the meeting of the Barry Trades and Labour Council, held on Friday evening last, Mr F. Walls (the vice-president) moved that a monster labour meeting be held in the Barry district during the second week in May, and that labour members of Parliament and others be asked to attend the same. -The President (Mr T. S. Thomas) seconded, and said he felt very strongly in favour of the pro- posal.—Mr W. W. Fookes heartily supported the motion, and said he hoped a most successful gathering may be the result, so that the working- men generally of the district may be educated in the principles of trade unionism.-The President remarked that the second week in May would be a most important period for the carpenters and joiners of the district, for the period of notice would then have expired for an advance in wages, although he did not anticipate opposition on the part of the employers.—Other members supported, and the resolution was carried unanimously, the gentlemen to be invited including Messrs Keir Hardie, M.P., John Barns, M.P., J. H. Wilson, M P.. A. J. Willliams, M.P., Tom Mann, J. Harford (Railway Servants Society), W. Abraham, M.P. (Mabon), W. C. Tunley, F. Fox, G. S. Thomas, A. G. Slater, J.P. (of the Typographical Association), G. Milsom (Cardiff), &c., the necessary arrange- ments to be carried out by the council in a body.

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