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CAKSURWEN GRIEVANCE. MINERS AND THE SW ANSEA COAL. OWNERS' BOARD. At Monday\s meeting at Cardiff of the Scuth Wales* Miners' Federation, A report was received from the workmen of Gwauncaegurwen Colliery that, although they had enured into a.n agreement with the general rnar.'i■/ :r for a settlement of tllA dis- pute, they had not been allowed to resun-.e work upon it in consequence of the Swansea Ccalowners' Association jjet having met. T'm Evans and W. H. Morgan were deputed to visit the men a,nd report upon the whole situation and the efforts that bad been made to arrive at a settlement. SrV-iect to the report of these two reprcsen- LJiv«s being satisfactory, tha workmen will be ,410wOO strike pay. Mr. Vvce reported upon having met the haulier? affected by this dispute, which had arisen from the refusal of the management to pav allowances for working in water. Mr. Vvce'was requested to seek permission to so <j»jwn the collicry for the purpose of exalt- ing the places in dispute.

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