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MOUNTAIN ASH. THE TAILORS' Strike AGAIN.-The cause of this strike saems to be taken up by the colliers of this place, and -animated discussion is often the result. The master tailors have laid the case before the public by means of circulars in both languages, in which they declare the mens demands are in advance of any town in South A Sad Accident.-°n Saturday last a driver in the eml;!oyofM^. Isixon and Co. had one of his^s frightfully fractured. k It appears one of the horses which he drove became very restless as he was taking a load home m the evening, and in endeavouring to pacify tliu ammal he was knocked down, when the wheel of the cart caught his leg and crushed it so much that it is feared i must be amputated. He was at once removed to b home, whore he was attended by the medical office belonging to the works.

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