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M.F,Q,B. ANNUAL CONFERENCE.

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M.F,Q,B. ANNUAL CONFERENCE. PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS. Labour Polities Reviewed. 's this week visited by miners' re- tf 7,ea trom all the coalfields of Eng- fu Ireland, the occasion annual conference ot the Miners' Which ;l0Q G^at Britain—an organisation !Mhe s now the largest single Trade Union "VBda, d' The conference was opened on morning at the Hotel Metropole, h re- ort of the Credentials Committee *t the attendance was larger than ""ItteH L0n ence yet held. The figures sub- ^r. Watts Morgan showed that a million miners were represented :— W. Abraham, M.P., of the South Wales Miners' Federa- ^^tion and Treasurer of the M.F.G.B. y„ Miners. Delegates. 101,000 6 Rn„*J0d Federation 50,000 11 r.Qth Wales 160,000 24 ?*0en8i,iIe 55,000 10 j^-tUnd 70,000 27 v*shire 34,COO 4 27,000 4 k^etseti 4,000 3 v'u>ol 2,600 1 garth Wales 11,000 1 1,400 1 Derby 4,500 1 ^beriand 5,000 1 tK„ Totals 528,500 S4 Ml r P°sition of the Federation showed progress Jj and an increase on last year. bI a°cLi Edwards, M.P. (Bursiem), who ^e^if'ected president of the Federation on the j1 °f Mr Pickard, M.P., occupied the chair. Ab»,iUPPorfcing him were the treasurer (Mr W. M.P., president of the South W ales Federation), the secretary (Mr Thomas Manchester), Mr Robert Smillie (presi- the Scottish Miners' Federation), Mr \Vt|Ss Richards, M.P. (secretary. South (\V Mr John Wiiiiams,M.P. Miners' District). Mr Dd. liandell, for Gower, was in attendance, and a seat at the cross table next to

PRESIDENT'S ADDRESS.

LUNCHEON TO THE DELEGATESI

Eight Hours Question.

IN THE COUNTY COURT.

DEATH FROM TIGHT LACING.

|WESTON GRAND PIER.

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ALLEGED THEFT OF A LAMP FRAME,

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