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.A-ST. MARK S SALE OF WORK.

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CLYDACH SCHOOL BOARD.

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GOWER ROADS: LOCOMOTIVE TRAFFIC.

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A MORRISTON MAN'S ADVENTURES.

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A Small Gang at Work.

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CARNEGIE'S WARNING Employers' Slackness: Ill-paid Labour Mr. Andrew Carnegie delivered liis sectorial .uWrc.-ii tu- th-e students of St. Andrew's Uni- versity. Edinburgh., on Wednesday. Forty years ago, lie said, Britain was the only ini- portuiit manufacturing centre, but method had now changed, and American modern .rethods ha I now taken Britain's place. In comparing Britain withi the continents of Eu- rope awl America much was seen unfavour- able to her industrial PiFitioit. Employers failed to give business their unremitting at- tention, and to display the energy and en- terprise of the founders of the practical mono pcll- (if bli-, They generally regarded it as only it lneanet to win. er.trane to another rank of society. The employed thought too niiK'h of 'now little they need do, and too little of how lnueh they could do. Both classes took liJfe easily). Employers would Hud it much to theiv own interests to give thfrir "úblet employees shales in the busincfiM Moreover- it was not the lowest. but the highest paid labour, with scientific management and machinery. which gave j cheape st pro-duels. The two continents hal another decided advantage over Britain in the sobriety and regular habits of their work m511- he viewed the immediate future of Britain without misgiving as far as main- fining her present trade aw concerned. In contrastiTg Europe and AnieriUi, as units. i wid-iuieuc faga.injMt continentu Mr. Cl&rlegie I L"md they found Europe an aimed camp, every j ltians time and labour for years taken- for military training, not merely unproductive labour, but labour costly to the State- Near nine millions of men were thus called to mi l tar y July. The American iutto."11 tuc other hand, had onlv aa aawv of 66,000, and tlieie was no conscription. Its men were iii thcindiKstrial armv. adding to the inateri i| wealth of the countrv. w';s 1 Cll_ lie in Europe, which IcHuse 1I1<tnr lilt. to l'mi- grate U> America., cspeewllj .ioiu Germany- and the value tll4:> V. l'1.- nK'ut Auiiarioa could lel,evcd-. It might, be accepted 1 ever Britain re- sorted to conscript"' -public would be .vtill more eikncbed tliau n, had yet been bv tlie elass of e, S. who would come in i ,neilLer lblunbç,l'S than, eVer. {"') I i°n ^eMvntYnafternc>on•- the funeral took place c_ y yddba-ch burial ground of Mr r-ortc^e left ji '^nown in .Swansea. i')le Rhonnda-street of hls ^"S^er. 132, Messrs Tl1', and \he mo/urners were MVih Pan,el Matthews (son), Evan WiiliaSr/:Srl)- Bees (son-in-law), Stanley P. (rriilitljs ^ollclL(;r). Savage ('on-m-law), and eccunio i on"ln"law)' ? h'il carnages were /T'k as follows: 1st, Rev. W Jimes (Ueneze,.) piev j. Matthews (Fabian's Bay), ATc' 111 ^Vi 2nd carriage, aniel Matthews, David Matthews. Al- bert Matthews. and Alfred Matthews (nei)h- j 3rd carnage, Me.svls_ Matthew Rees O^ald Rees, Edward Matthews, and Willie Griihthe ^nephews); 4th carriage, Messrs Ar- thur Savage, Horace Matthews, Jolili Matthews, and W. Thomas (nephews);5th carnage. Messrs E. M. John and Brown, Amongst those who attended the funrea lwere Messrs. Jones, Lloyd (Lloyd Brother), i D- Thomas, J. wrlFarlSr W01^,>V' J°^S' T' Thomas" nil, ^VUlianwi (Morriston), and w'Tsli was ermri 16 'serv^c6, wbich was in Welsh, was conducted by the Rev. W James.

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