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^GLAND'S NAVY.

STEAMER FOUNDERS.

SWANSEA COUNTY COUNCIL.

THE MONTROSE VACANCY.

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I THE SWANSEA ! TRIPLE SCHEME.…

THE TIN-PLATE TRADE.

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THE TIN-PLATE TRADE. MEETING OFTin-plate- AT PORT iALbOl. MK. T. DEMAMIXON THE.I1BOPOSED MILLiMEN & ONION. The quarterly meeting of the Ab.rav.n district of tin-iiiaters W&5 hela at t«e .ctotia Institute, Port Talbot, on Baturaay e'en'n-- Mr Tom Davies presided, and was ,upp«rted fev Messrs Evan Jenkins (district secretary), Feury Davie. (executive member), Benjamin (organising agent),, and several members of the district tha roll being called it was al a l 1 works m the district were woiking w • =74 hst wilii the exception o. Avendaie. which iS BtiU resisting I « 36-hox rule, it was reported, was ^cuer .aberec! to. Th. s.cr.toi-, concise report C: the last quarun, w«aci-, despite tii« bad condition oi the ra d»w«l U» ««'"=' 10 be '» conditiuu. afldrpsPS^ ivlr TOM BbKJaHIN- afterwards address the nicetinsr, and at the outset stated workmen. Ho had i^o »,oo affer it was the continual J,a.e o^ ^ngitflv^eleSS, it i° ? &a aiteiupH wouia. u^dou.-Le.-iy %va.e8. ana it! vo volution ot i.liea • an pretty well were not would tea tjem th. they >vould soon have tbat condition vJieu ». P d m one of tbo uaily pape.», ii-a^u^ tor them, It would be a more Jf.u "{#rM for them to keep a !-edue^"B t They than it had been r.o Keep t • lowers! on a f nrou(j to i,„.e jiu6ttJ. state, were uaitl,. B K;n„ on the i^;rL iT'warnow'a hand-Vmouth ^iicy all round dark clouds was. bc»ac y t « v-kliiB their some hope to be held beeau^ v^e^ A».ric« orders ».« Oieir kxtutp oraetv. mum. A*™* :,l.adily jncrcasioc. fl>1. lire Li! the J4oard 124 itr7ad lS:Cen U^porte; U» ^ountri- £ lA "ee Z s was increasing m theooly hipefnl Iign ,villcl; t1:^ ^a' nope^d' they >j 1, si, tue<n deeuer into uie ^%RU-?E RTUSR« spread dissension in tie a b £ sen the tisat the South Wales ma a cv g £ prime factors 1^ d*fneftlicy wouFd rather periodical stoppages, vvibiies oi- x*jr wG'ilci riu>5' come a cay ^Vb«n ,;ons. The chief their present d otiier Llaoelly argn^enu used ^y ibe. unl0!, %va- wien 111 iavour ot A in miihnen Linhouse b;L' ^uL uis eouid clearly bv Lue pret>en» a officials of the bo proved erroneous, BUtisties on the union iiad drawn up til# matter, and had louna; .hat Iran £ ,r.d of last year the, na tho f- •IJ}C'B7L3S orerweUht • Canadas m, ,»n's irdestions, and and other mn.mens i.,dy £ 11,709 5« 9d on que5stionS; ahcortei;^ ))?.d .cn Bpent on while ",p ,i,-v looked at ihe list ot general „ oula ju,d that tin-kouse eontnbUiien» thtv Hatibie the amount men had contnou e- <- c'oajd 6Ce clearly which in ilii»on .aa.t b«nelittcd the for ttiemsc.ves ugoa lt that most. lu-> c07, jr niutuat interest 11 ,WaS ard when the opportune to be uii^ed ai-u (juinnd in moment arrived lieed to those coning witn jt, js ,m'iaiea s who wera c.aiii6uui!„ to!d tnem Uaa I -nion. and wiiein of lin.;jlaters. always impeded th- e by> He Hoped they would, ,D0i! join hands in one common biot J Mr UBK*Y DAVIES toiloweu, a-.u the meeting terminated. I to his men at the Eore.t Works that 1* *as necessary he should nave a reduction in the wa"e-rate in aceerdanee with tlie action a other works. The son met te-day at xioicb, nnd sent a deputation to their employer, ^powinc the delegates t. trsat witn hi«- 1- :s reported that a teduatien oi 10 percen.. is" deeded neress.ry, but at the time. of. so-Dg to press Ibe result of tfce eonsu.tation was not known. uPDCCTtosin* FOXBOI* j I0 !« «!«« SOWH WAI.ES PAIH- T OST.^ eouuadict.i*M reductions asited workjaw W « meeting o Saturday, it *« pjougu Jnn d.ct Mr Biebards rf;C!VCaf °,v Richards sent ior a deputa- 8 4 J"U*ft!a tt^ni that the company could lion, and told tL-m t havins fr0ia net re-start tue wor.s v, .bout s »n#Btlj. 25 to 30 per cent, red act • a meeting was h«;o « n^toue^oe to ~r back to irrSrr~V-«nece^ am, on behalf of the brancu, 0A1nIEL E\ANU, Secretary. Neath-road, L;a?-'S»m'ei"' NEW UNION FO^tL^E.i,. A district meet,n» ni„ht, con- men was be.d. las asecrtaiftio; vened fev the P^,0adiffe;ent brancties the feeing ot ri9ol to m regard to 1 for mill-men. A an independent sch0ir?a %vas passea> resolution invounn^ ie<j to visit tue and a deputatio': was PP (iis(n?i with the different to a succes- vlew ei bringing tue ful iSBUo.

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RHONDDA AND SWANSEA BAY RAILWAY.

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THE MUMBLES FIRE,j

SWANSEA BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

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---FATAL ACCIDENT AT LLANSAMLET.

!SWAKSEA POLICE COURT.

BILLIARDS, |

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8 P O H T I N G. .

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jOFFICIAL SO HATCH IN US.

1LONDON BETTING.

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