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PENRHYN QUARRY DISPUTE.

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! LINOTYPE DISPUTE.

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WELSH COAL TRADE.

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WELSH COAL TRADE. STOPPAGE OF RUABON COLLIERIES. A correspondent has been informed that the directors of the Wynnstav Colliery Company (Limited), Ruabon; have decided to close the Plaskynaston Colliery, at Cefn Mawr, where about six hundred men are employed, in addi- tion to the Green Pit, at which over 1,300 men are engaged. The following is the text of the notice:—"Notice is hereby given to all persons employed by the Wynnstay Col- liery Company (Limited), that from and after Saturday next, the 20th of February, all con- tracts of service will be terminated, and no workmen will be further required." SCHEME FOR CONTROLLING OUTPUT. The committee appointed by the Monmouth- shire and South Wales Coalowners and Freighters' Association to consider the scheme which had been framed by the coalowners' representatives on the sliding-scale scommittee and adopted at a subsequent meeting of the coalowners' association for the control of the output of the South Wales coal trade held their final meeting on Monday. The committee, after sitting on eleven different oocasions, have now finally discussed all the clauses of the scheme, and have resolved upon submitting an amended scheme- We are informed by Mr. Dulziel (secretary of the committee) that steps will be taken to presentt the revised scheme to a special meeting of the Monmouthshire and South Wales Coalowners! Association, to be held at the earliest convenient date. Copies of the revised scheme are now in course of pre- paration by the secretary, and will be issued to the members of the association in the coarse of the next few davs. The scheme is the unani- mous report of the committee, and bears the signatures of Mr. James Williams, vice-chair- man of the association and acting chairman of the committee, and also Mr. Lewellen Wood, vice-chairman, \viho presided at •Mpnda-y 6 meeting.

COLLIERY WARNING.

SITUATION AT HAMBURG.

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PRINTERS' STRIKE AT SWANSEA.

STRIKE OF SUNDERLAND ENGINE…

IISCOTCH MINEBS AND THEIR…

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ELECTRIC 'lR.JJrWA.YS FOB…

COAL MINES BILL.

BRITISH COAL AND FRANCE.

. BABBY BUILDERS ANGRY.

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BRECON AND JttERTHYB JUNCTION…

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. ECHO OF CARDIFF EXHIBITION.

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