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South Wales. Conciliation Board. RECEIPTS. following sums have been eceived tovmrds defraying expenses of the above Board. 1876. Xs. d. To amount already reported 801 10 5 Sept. 5, Melfron colliery, Brynm&wr 600 Ariel Abertillery 16 3 « « Six Bells « 160 7, Cwmdu Llausamlet 2 0 0 11, Bryn Gwyn 1 Bedwas 0 18 0 15, Abercarne 3 9 5 16, Upper Gethin Merthyr 16 9 « 20. Nactymelyn Aberdare 9 8 8 26, Waenfawr 4 9 0 1 Weig Fach Swansea0156 A bergor key Rhondda 6 17 0 « < River level 4 Abei nant 1 14 0 Oct. 3, Bryn Saint Taibach 4 10 0 « 4, No 3 Dinas level, Pontypridd 4 1 10 5, Blaenavon District 500 7, Potitypool I 105 23, No. 9 Pit, Abernant 318 cWorcester colliery, Swansea 158 Nov. 11, Ferndale 13 7 0 John Lewis, Deri 0 0 6 13, Abercwmboy colliery, Aber- dare # 28, Tredegar District 52 7 0 Dec. 4, Maerdy colliery, Rhymney 0 12 10 I- Lower level 1 0 11 4 « 11, Western Merthyr, Pontar- dawe 2 1 0 « Saint Pit, Swansea 0 17 Tillery Steam Ccal, Aber- tillery i -H 2 Pillingers level I « South Wales colliery 4 17 4 « i From Central Board, Ponty- pridd 4 12 0 Oct. 23, the following sums have been received from Mr. Dalziel:- « » Old Dyffryn colliery, Aberdare 220 Lower Upper Dyff- ryn 9 11 6 Lower Dyffryn e 7 10 9 4 Middle Dyffryn 11 8 9 Garngethin 2 19 9 « « Nixon Corry col- „ lieries 17 6 0 50 18 9 Dec. 16, Abergorkey Colliery 116 « 23 Lower Bryn Gwyn 0 4 0 Dullas Drift, Llwydcoed 0 8 6 26 New Tredegar colliery 2 IP 0 • Graig Merthyr New level 1 0 0 « « Clydach, Swansea 400 Dinas. Rhondda Valley 620 « Rhymney District 369 « Tynybedw colliery 500 Abergorkey 500 28 Troedyrhiw Clawdd 0 11 3 4 29 Gadlys Old Pit, Aberdare 7 4 6 1877. An. 1, Werfa colliery 8 19 6 3, Upper Cwmbran, Mon 3 0 0 « Graig Oleu colliery 251 6, Brithdir. Skewen, near Neath 3 13 6 '17, Saint Pit, Swansea 0 17 0 18, No. 2, Coedcae, Plymouth 1 14 6 20j Colliery No. 3 level, Dowlais O 13 O Thos Hopkins level, Hirwain 0 5 6 22, Cwmtieol colliery, Aberdare 13 8 3 25, Milfran colliery, Brynjmawr 500 27, No. 1, Vochriw, Dowlais 3 9 6 29, Tyrphil colliery 1 18 6 4 No 3 Pit, Llwynypia 3 12 0 Dyfiryn Main colliery 237 ♦ Forchaman Aberdare 12 5 9 JPeb. 5, Graig- yr-allt 114 6, Abergorkey, Rhondda 16 1 0 TOTAL, .£1120 10 1 EXPENDITURE. JE S. d. To amount already reported 616 18 7 John Prosser:- 9 days at Cardiff at 12s. 580 4 do. do. do. 2 0 0 3 days at Merthyr and Aber- dare at So. 14 0 Railway fare 2 0 0 10 12 0 Bavi d Morgan 9 days at Cardiff at 12s. 580 5 do. do at 10s. 2 10 0 3 days at Merthyr and Aber- dare at 8s. 14 0 Railway fare 2 0 8 11 2 8 Returned to D. Morgan on account of money paid by Deep Dyffryn and Navigation Collieries 4 6 9 William Abraham 6 days at Cardiff at 12s. 3 12 0 51 do. do. at 10s. 2 15 0 1 day at Bridgend at 8s- 0 8 0 1 day at Neath at 8s. 0 8-0 1 day at Taibach at 8s. 0 8 0 4 days at Merthyr and Aber- dare at 8s. 1 12 0 1 do. do. at 10s. 0 5 0 2 telegrams to Maesyffynon 050 Railway fare 6 11X6 1& 4 6 Isaac Oonnich .— Railway fare 0 4 0 Henry Mitcharà 6 days at Cardiff at 12s. 3 12 0 Arbitration case at Cardiff, 4 days at 12s. 280 4 days at Cardiff at 10s. 200 1 day at Maesteg at 8s. 0 8 0 8 days at Merthyr and Aber- dare at 8s. 140 Railway fare 1 17 2 Telegrams, &c. 0 3 0 11 12 2 Samuel Davies:- 10 days at Cardiff at 12s. 600 1 day at Cardiff at 10s. 0 10 0 2 days at Porth at 8s. 0 16 0 1 day at Merthyr at 8s. 0 8 0 Stationery, stamps, &c, from July, 1875 to June, 1876 1 0 3i Services rendered as Sec. to the Board during the same period 2 10 0 Railway fare 1 11 11 Telegrams 0 7 6 13 3 8J J. W. Andrews .— € days at Cardiff at 10s. 3 0 0 Railway fare 1 4. 0 4 4 0 Thomas Halliday 3 days at Cardiff at 10s. 1 10 0 Railway fare 1 14 10 3 4 10 Paid Western Mail for printing circulars 0 5 0 J. T. Morgan, printing copies of award 1 6 0 Jenkin Howell, printing circulars, &c. 2 18 2 Mills, Lynch, and Davies, do. 0 6-0 Hire of stage at Pontypool (omitted from last report) 15 0 British Workman do. 0 10 0 Commission on cheques, wrappers, stamps 2 3 2 Donation to Gwladgarwr for publish- ing lists 2 0 0 Tarian y Gweithiwr do. 2 0 0 Paid to Sec. Joseph Price from com- mencement up to June, 1876 10 0 0 Treasurer do. do. 10 0 0 Treasurer I day at Cardiff 0 10 0 Do. do. at Merthyr at 8s. 0 8 0 Railway fare 0 4 11 Sec 2 days at Merthyr and Aberdare at 8s. 0 16 0 Railway fare 0 0 7 Paid at Cardiff on account of our portion of joint expenses 403 0 0 Jenkin Howells, books; stationery, &c. 0 18 0 1027 4 0J In Treasurer's hand 93 6 X1120 10 1 Examined and found correct,- DAVID 'POWFLL, i Auditors, THos. SCURLOCK, EDWARD WILLIAMS, Treasurer. JOSEPH PRICE, Secretary The Auditors have been given to understand that J640 received from Ferndale, and other places, have been paid into the Bank at Cardiff, per Mr. W. Abraham, of which no account has been produced to us, which we, as auditors, consider that all monies ought to be paid to the Treasurer, and to be properly accounted for. We cannot but censure the conduct of anyone that takes upon himself to act other- wise, as it will lead ultimately to great con- fusions. D. P. T. S.

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