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ABERDARE AND SUNDAY TRAMS. Dear Sir.—The announcement that our District Council have decided to run Sunday Trams has come like a thunderbolt to myself, and doubt- less a great number of my fellow citizens, especially those born here and those who have (what some may term Puritanical) Sabbatarian prin- ciples. Surely Sweet Aberdare can do without Sunday Trams and main- tain its salubrious character. There is no vital necessity, for riding on Sundays—our people are not lazy or even tired, so as to require the ser- vice. Trades Unionists, religionists. and other representative bodies should make a firm stand against this in- novation, which will assist in con- tinentalizing our Day of Rest and compel Sunday labour. Now that the miners are agitating for five days a week. surely they will make a stand against a seven days a week for another section of workmen. Public opinion is surely against, Sunday labour, while the only Guide Book to our life says, Six days shalt thou labour," and its advice is always the best to go by, in every respect.—Yours respectfully, SABBATARIAN.

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