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Aberdare Chamber of Trade.

Post Office.

,National Insurance Act.

C.W.R. Company.

Shops Act.

Sections of Traders.

Street Traders' Bill.

Town Tenants' League.

Loss of Members Through Death.

County School Scholarship.

,Picnic.

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South Wales and Monmouthshire Federated Chambers of Trade. Delegates from this Chamber attend- ed the two Conferences of the Feder- ation which were held at Neath and Cardiff respectively. Motions brought forward by us were passed as to the crushing of parcels carried through the post and as to Sunday Trading. The latter subject has created widespread interest, the Federation having sent the n' I. resolution to the Cabinet Ministers con- cerned, to the M.P.'s for Wales and Monmouthshire; to the Archbishops of Canterbury and York; and to the Bishops of Llandafi', St. David's, St. Asaph and Bangor, besides having also sent to the various affiliated Chambers. Your delegates at the forthcoming Conference to be held at Port TaJbot will move a resolution that, as far as possible, Education Authorities, should purchase all goods that may be required iu their Schools from local traders. They will also propose a resolution as to the unfairness to Traders of the com- petition openly set up by the "Salvation Army Supply Stores," which will be run oa co-operative trading lines, whereas the Army continues to collect subscrip- tions from business people. I mav be pardoned for stating with great pleasure that at the Annual Con- ference of the Federation (to which arc affiliated 38 Chambers of Trade) I was elected Junior Vice-President, and in that capacity also elected as a Member of the National Chamber.

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Royal Visit.

Unveiling of Lord Morthyr's…

St. John's Churchyard.

Meetings of the Executive…

Improvements at the Taff Vale…

Miscellaneous.

Wage Rate Men's Association

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