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The Welsh Commission.

NATIONAL COUNCIL ACTION.

EDUCATION CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE.

|TO PREPARE THE WELSH CASE.

THE EXECUTIVE.

THE QUESTION OF FUNDS.

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THE QUESTION OF FUNDS. Mr Lloyd George then proposed that a special fund should be raised to meet the ex- penses that would inevitably be incurred. The case they had to get together was a case for a judge, and therefore it must be in a complete and proper form. This meant a great deal of work necessarily involving con- siderable expense. There had been a sugges- tion that the Campaign Committee fund might in some degree be available, and he thought that they might very well go to that committee and ask for a contribution. Alderman W. Raffan seconded the motion, and after scane discussion as to the bebt means of raising money, further reference being made to the Campaign Fund. Aldenunan S. N. Jones, as treasurer, said that the work of the Campaign Committee had not yet ended, and that. whilst entirely in sympathy, of course, with what was being proposed at the present meeting, he had to recognise that his powers were limited to these conferred by the convention which originated the Campaign Fund. It was neces- sary that they should fight the education fight to a finish (hear ,hear, and applause), and therefore he now bad to support a. proposal for a special fund. The resolution was unani- mously agreed to.

THE WORK OF THE COMMISSION.

FIRST MEETING OF THE COMMISSION…

MR LLOYD GEORGE'S ANNOUNCEMENT