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TREORKI. J

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TREORKI. J riot t.tkus' -NLEETI-IG.-A-eneral neeting- of the work1 men of the steam coal collieries of tus district was helt on Saturday afternoon, at their old rendezvous, on thP1' Ty-yn-y bedw grounds, Deiongmg t> mr. xtees. j.n~ weather being propitious, several hurihed attended. ThUe meeting was presided over by Mr. J»hn Gower, who, i the course of his address, stated tlftt the meeting w«^ called in accordance with a resolution passed in the del '-1 gate meeting at Mountain Ash on the lotn ult., vi: That a requisition be made to the masters of the stea coal and iron works of Monmouthshre and South Wal to accede the rhorttime system aid twenty per eti advance of wages, an answer to be giren on or before t 29th." Several Of the workmen addressed the meeti and were nearly all unfavourable to the requisite Resolutions were 'passed, condemning the masters their contortion of the "document tc suit their own p poses, and contrary to the explanation given by the ai trator, and pledging themselves to <r>mmence the ei hours''system on Monday (to-day). X vote of thank |the president closed the meeting.

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