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SWANSEA RAILWAYMIN. II' REPRESENTATION ON CONCILIA- TION BOARDS. ALLEGED "PACKING"' PROCESS OF THE COMPANIES. A meeting of Swansea railwaymen took place on Sunday at the Workingmen's Club. Mr. David Bevan, who presided, t-aid personally he had no faibh in the proposed ml -L<)Q conciliation boards. The cha-irmat) was elected a member of the local Ixubour Representation Committee. The Secretary read correspondence from the executive re the Conciliation Boards. Mr. Bell, M.P., pointed out unfair tactics to which companies resorted, and called upon members to support the nominees of the A.S.R.S. Mr. Jno. Bevan protested against the! companies' interference, and moved a oem, denrnatory resolution, incorporating an an- peal to the President of the Board (If Trade 'e; to negative such tactics. Mr. Pickwick seconded, and asked the men to vote according to the terms laid down by Mr. Bell, declining the companies' offer to pay expenses of the men's delegate? at the Boards. Mr. Thornhill said cither the Board of Trade officials were being "worked" or else the President of the Board of Trade was allowing himself to be. Another speaker said it was evident that, the companies wore endeavouring to pack the boards with their own men. A.S.R.S.. should pack the boards with unionists. Discussion ensued as to whether the men were to support the programme adopted at, the 1 'c.Jb Birmingham conference or revised i programme sanction by the executive. Mr. Codd said Mr. Charles, secretary of the G.W.R. signalmen's movement, nad forwarded to the G.W.R. directors the pro- gramme as confirmed by the executive, but it was returned. Mr. Pickwick said Mr. Charles took thisi step under a misapprehension. Mr. John Bevan said the Bristol confer- ence decided to adhere to the executive's programme. [ Mr. A. Davies read his report as a dele- gate to the Crewe conference last Friday, from which it appeared that Mr. A. Bowen, checker, Swansea, was the only local man nominated to the Conciliation Board on the South Wales L. and N.W.R. division. Owing to an informality the meeting sub- stituted the name of Mr. Maggs, of Swan- sea. for that of Mr. Bowen. sea. for that of Mr. Bowen. Mr. Mitchell proposed that the names of a!l local candidates to the boards be printed and distributed to mombers of the A.S.R.S. and non,members.-Carried..

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