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GRATIFYING PRESENTATION TO…

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MONMOUTH.

RHYIVLEJEY.

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RHYIVLEJEY. Considering the prosperous balance-sheet produced at the la,, atinuitl meeting of the shareholders cf the Rhymney Iron Company, great hopes are enUriained that a further advance in the price of iion muy lead to a ooiresponding advance in wages. A Verj* large porti-in of an old mortgage paid off, a considerable sum carried to the reserve fund, and a dividend of £5 p,r cent., en a year of great depression in the trade, show tbat the working-man has borne his full share iu the disastrous effects ot last year's crisis, and it is to be hoped the iron- masters will take the ve, y first opportunity of rewarding his patient endurance. We regret to observe that the apparently fine engine, which was put up in the n, w mill, has been so shattered by a few weeks' work as to have become totally uns, rviceablc and it will be some time before the machinery can be replaced so as to allow the rolling process to be carried on. All the other parts of the works are in a highly effective condition. Tiie stock of coal is gradu .liy accumulating, and r.s a little pressure has been used to transfer some of the ore miners to the coal, there is no fear of any depression of fuel, more especially as the stoppage of the new mill will give breathing tinre.

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