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Sliding-Scale Joint Commits ADVANCE IN WAGES. A meeting of the Slidin^-seale g mittee was held afc the offices of Wales and Monmouthshire Coalowners ,trcl1Ï tion, Cardiff, on Saturday. Mr i Hood presided, and Mr William pied the vice-chair, in the absence ot Abraham (Mabon), M.P. The principal object of the nieetu'S receive a report of the joint aecoun the audit of the selling prices f°r months ending the 31st of August,.t tbe ( wages from the 1st of October, and a folol Mr Dalziel handed the press tho official report: ( "The Monmouthshire and South e6 owners' Association. 18! "Cardiff, 30th Septem^' t ( "A meeting of illc Sliding-scale Joilit, It mittee wis held at Cardiff to-day S report of the joint accountants, ^e." .yd' Kirk and Charles E. Parsons, on theirfilS the coalowners' books for the two t1l0I1+j,e the 31st of August. 1899. As a result "Vj payable to the workmen at the Mpc heries shall be 28| per cent, above e}i of December, 1879, being an advance cent. as from the 1st of October, 1, d itl "Masters' Representatives: Arch Edward Jones, Charles Eden, kins, M. Wolsfcnholme, Dalziel (seemtary). ] Mem s Representatives Wiili;lTT1 -c, J W. Brace, T. D. Isaac, Evan Davies, David Morgan (Anthracl Beynon, David Wattstown Bfo"Ldi < liam Williams, and Tiionms reiary)." Reports were made bv the repre^e^i the jomt committee to whom the nil es at the associated collieries had. p0^ putad for consideration on the pres011 of these matters. -gg The subject cf a dispute at the W Iierjes, Cilfynydd, Pontvpridd. was1?^1 Mr Wilbam Jenkins for the own*? «;<!«■ j Mr Wilham Breee for the workmen dispute at Messrs the Main gjaS Collieries was referred to Mr CiltrIl-, for the owners' side and Mr Daronwv Is3" workmen's side. \¡c iofi These matters will in due i-oiu'ge 'be fie,, gated by the above gentlemen with tJ arriving at a settlement.. i At the close the following office which really <ie«is tj10 gjj(i;n2~ ^s1 ness as well as the. Council meeting, tated to the reporters bv Mr T- secretary:— 'S MEETI.VtJ or THE FEDERATION CONC#" A meeting of the Council of the M.iiers Federation was held on Cardiff, Mr W. Brace in >he ch^: were present: MWrs T Darenjfol Beynon, Tom Evans, D. Wattsto*^1 W. Vyce, John Davies, John ':o»t Morgan, George Barker, Janice W'' Morgan (Anthracite), Edward Morel, W. Williams, Ben Davies. A. (inions (treasurer), and T. Rie tary). PenrJiiw Colliery Di-i'11^, Mr D. Watts town Morgan '? W. Jenkins and he had failed Pcnrhiw Collivry dispute, of been appointed arbitrators by irfr Committee.—It. was decided tbf.f, fliee^ should give his report at the io^ It was further explained that ™ J ported at the Sliding-scale meet'n^ | Mr Jenkins had met several ence to the above dispute, and jfr mately failed to agree, upheld the action of the compan-v a new list of prices, although the^0 enoe since 1890 a.^ist of « under the auspices of the ";1 Committee, and signed by both P* gfro11^ of the workmen's representative3 sented Mr Jenkin s action, and mised to see the representatives 0 and present a report upon the P next meeting. Abernant Strike's- jetj The eecretary (Mr Richards)'re.er, sf £ jj had received from Mr David v3, ft# i r of the Aberdare District, »skin^ opinion as to whether the No. "Vj ft men were considered strikers 'VjjeS; .,te strike pay under the federation 01,1(,\11 resolved by the Council that as tn g o'\ in existence before the South cO1' the federation was formed, tlte rkl" undertake to decide between the the district. i Tredegar Dispute- si The secretary said he had from Mr Harm, agent to the tli^-ej Steam Coal Company, in reply 1 application that the night n); ^1 J the Tredegar Collieries be allo^ > j five worked turns. He (Mr Sa j-s. the application before the dir^ jjst-i1? Ji considered that it was a demand gr 19$ trary to the agreement of Septe It was explained that this e^tr^s if lowed tho night men at several P ^1 jf mouthshire District.—It was i'eS foe » question of allowing the men a Collieries to tender notices to ^oii551' tracts because of this dispute the next meeting of the Coun< ^Absence of Mabon, A telegram was read from t ham (Mabon), M.P., stating (A attend the Sliduig-scRle Vvdli01"^ been detained at the Ocean owing to some dispute. nf rcnc e" )!¡ Forthcoming CoderetIce" Ulaf er5 The Secretary read a mrc ht,)611 be ton, the general secretary of t'1'. )F ation of Great Britain, stating b0 atioll of Great Britain, stating b0 I conference of the federation Cardiff next, January.

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