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LOCAL AGENTS.

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PENRHYN QUARRY DISPUTE.

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! LINOTYPE DISPUTE.

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PRINTERS' STRIKE AT SWANSEA.

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PRINTERS' STRIKE AT SWANSEA. Mr. Tom Mann on Friday night at Swansea addressed a combined meeting of members of the Typographical Association (now on strike there) and the Dockers' Union. Mr. Wignall presided, and there were present Mr. M'Carthy. Cardiff, &o. Mr. Philip Evans (president of the Swansea branch of the Typographical Asso- ciation) ga.ve a detailed account of the circum- stances leading up to the strike of printers, after which Mr. Tom Mann said that, after hearing the circumstances; of the strike, in his judgment the linotype operators had done wisely in the course they had taken. Workers must not depend on a plutocratic Parliament, but on their own efforts. In proof of this he referred to the conduct of the member for the borough, who was chief proprietor of one of the papers concerned. His present conduct was opposed to his distinct promises to the working men when elected, and now his industrial oanoera ranged itself against Union wages. A Remarkable Development* The public of Swansea were startled on Wednesday by the publication of handbills notifying that the printers now on strike from the two evening newspapers at Swansea had decided to bring out an opposition evening paper on Saturday next. It appears that, by co-operation with the "Industrial World and arrangements with the Typographical Society, the men have decided to bring out a daily iame of the "Industrial World."

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