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Aberdare District Council Polling for the above took place on Monday. This time two members were to be elected in each ward. All the wards, except No. IV. or Blaengwawr, were contested. The results were made known by Col. Phillips, the returning officer, from the window of the Aberdare Town Hall as follows:- LLWYDCOED. *T. Walter Williams. 1155 *Rees Llewelyn 1036 Non-elected. W. T. Harries 244 GADLYS. Thomas Lewis 852 Henry Evans 812 Non-elected. Idwal Thomas (Lab.) 597 Evan. Parker (I.L.P.). 345 TOWN. *A. P. Jones 1109 *D. P. Davies 986 Non-elected. W. T. James (Lab.).. 414 ABERAMAN WARD. *E. M. liann 1226 "Illtyd Hopkins (Lab.). 1022 Non-elected. Joseph Wigley (Lab.). 644 Asterisk denotes old member.
Obituary. REV. THOMAS MANUEL. th^6 re§re^ announce the death of e Rev. Thomas Manuel, Wesleyan jj which occured early on Satur- j> horning at his residence, Y Bryn, be 1 i! ^anue- was 111 his usual alth on the previous Monday, when jj^ndea to the duties of his office at j) Quarterly meeting of his circuit. ^Ceased travelled in most of the South Jri c^rcuits, where he won many ».S' occupied the import- Ij: ySice of financial secretary to his be tlct synod for many years, and had j blv^ ^res^dent of the Wesleyan Assem- }y _putil his removal to Porth recent- Mr Manuel was in charge of the \ya i?^an c^rcu^ at Aberdare, where he 8 held in very high esteem.
Glamorgan County Council. ABERDARE UNOPPOSED RETURNS The elevation of Councillors Rees Llewelyn J.P., of the Llwydcoed Ward, and D. Hughes, of the Town Ward, Aberdare, to the aldermanic bench of the Glamorganshire County Council has created vacancies in these two wards. Nominations were received on Monday at the Town Hall, Aberdare. Mr M. J. Harris was nominated for the Llwyd- coed Ward, and Mr W. Thomas, High Constable of Miskin Higher and vice- chairman of the Aberdare Education Committee, for the Town Ward. There were no other nominations, so that both Mr Harris and Mr Thomas have a walk over.
Aberdare District Council Election. (BY OBSERVER.) On Monday, (Polling Day) the excite- ment did not reach fever pitch during any part of the day. Things were exceedingly quiet in all the Wards. In the Gadlys Ward some busy hands had been at it early in the morning, chalk- ing pavements, walls and bridges. "Vote solid for Labour," and references to the dismissal of the sexton, formed the burden of the injunctions written. The latter was "one up against Mr Thomas Lewis, who, it will be remem- bered, wished to retain the services of the sexton when certain charges were made against him some months ago. In the Llwydcoed Ward the result was a foregone couclusion. No one, not even Mr Harris himself, entertained the least doubt as to who would be elected. But the contest became interesting inasmuch as it provided Mr Llewelyn and Mi T. Walter Williams with a splendid opportunity of racing for first place. Three years ago Mr Williams fell far behind Mr Llewelyn, I though 6 years ago, when the barrister made his first bid for a seat on the I Council, they ran a neck-a-neck race. In March, 1907, the figures for No. 1 'I were:— R. Llewelyn 1034 T. Walter Williams 795 D. Jenkins (Lab.) 456 Mr Williams has pulled up immensely —he has gained, 360 votes, while Mr Llewelyn is within two votes of his previous position. In the Gadlys Ward Mr T. Lewis holds top place, which goes to prove beyond any shadow of doubt his great popularity. Three years ago he fought with the I.L.P. at his back. This time he fought with the I.L.P. doing its utmost to dis- credit and defeat him, but he still stands firmly on top, with the I.L.P. candidate at the very bottom, Mr H. H. Evans has done well. In this ward the Young Liberal's League carried their two can- didates triumphantly. Mr Idwal Thomas was new to public life, and outside the I.L.P. and the Windber Colliery, was limost a stranger. But he polled re- markably well, and the figures go to show that the Trades and labour Coun- cil vote is fairly strong in this ward, Mr Parker, who has repeatedly tried to captivate the electors of this ward, fared very badly. In the Town Ward some people ex- j pressed a fear that. Mr D. P. Davies might be discovered at the bottom when i the votes came to be counted. But it was a groundless fear. He polled much better than he did three years ago, when the figures were Edward Morgan 1104 D. P. Davies 747 Samuel Williams (I.L.P.) 459 Mr Davies has gained 239 votes, while Labour receded 45 votes. Mr A. P. Jones polled within 5 votes of Mr Edward Morgan's figures. ? It was thought that two Labour men, running in double harness, were bound to win in No. 5 ward. But the electors are obviously satisfied with things as they are—one Capital and one Labour mem- ber. There was no contest here three years ago, but six years ago Mr Hann was on the top of the poll, with Mr C. B. Stanton taking second place, and the Vicar of Aberaman third.
The Coal Trouble. IS THERE PEACE? MR. STANTON'S VIEWS. A general ballot thoughout the South Wales Coalfield as to whether the new terms shall be accepted by the workmen, took place yesterday (Wednesday), and the figures will probably be made known to-morrow. In the instructions sent out by Mr. T. Richards, M.P., General Secretary, full members only had a right to vote, boys who pay half contributions not being allowed to ballot. The bulk of the workmen in the Aber- dare District were dissatisfied with the new arrangement, and on Thursday even- ing they resolved not to work on April 1st. On the latter date Mr. C. B. Stanton addressed a huge meeting at the Aberdare Market Hall. fr. Philip Davies, the chairman of the district, presided. Mr. Stanton referring to the men's de- cision not to work that day, said there was not much harm in what they had done. (Cheers.) So far as he was con- cerned, he was very much disappointed with the new agreement. (Cheers.) It was by no means satisfactory. They started out to get certain reforms long overdue, and something they were en- titled to. But, as per usual, through force of circumstances, they had not got them. Better wages for lower paid work- men, payment for small coal, and other serious questions had not been remedied. The employers had offered 5 per cent, advance on the minimum, but, as his friend Mr. Barker had said, there was not much in that. When they considered the selling price of coal they ought to get more. That '5 per cent. was merely a bait to catch a mackerel. But it might be a direct incentive to maintain the prices at a rate which had never been in existence before. There were other things which the em- ployers now suggested in order to main- tain the output—an overlapping shift for instance. He strongly objected to that. (Applause.) Messrs. Brace, Richards, and others had spoken well, but he did not think they had sufficient back-bone and sufficient fighting abilities. He then dealt with the abnormal places question, and said they were now offered a clause whish simply put them as we were." His friends at Cardiff said they had put up a strong fight, and the majority be- lieved that Lhe workmen should agree to the proposed terms. The conference of the Miners' Federation had opposed the 20th Rule being put iuto operation, and he maintained'that sectional strikes were no good. He contended, however, that if the views of the hundreds of thousands of workmen throughout the country were taken they would declare in favour of the South Wales men and stand by them. He was heartily sick of the old-fashioned sectional strike methods. He was not in sympathy with, and did-not want, a sec- tional struggle. Mr. Stanton proceeded to ask, "Am I to sign away your rights for five years?" ("No.") Mr. Stanton: Then I am not going to do so. (Applause.) Mr. Stanton said that if the terms were not acceptable to them they could vote against them in the ballot. There was a fighting element throughout South Wales. The miners' leaders of South Wales all believed that the colliers had a right to be paid for small coal, and something in respect of abnormal places. In the course of the discussion, one person referred to a motion passed at a local colliery meeting the previous even- ing calling upon the leaders to resign. A Voice: We do not blame Mr. Stanton. It is the other leaders we find fault with. Mr. Stanton, replying to the remarks of one speaker, said that there was no reason why they should remain idle until the ballot came off. On a division, it was decided by a large majority tc restart work on Monday.
MOUNTAIN ASH MEN AND THE NEW TERMS. Mr David Phillips presided over a mass meeting of the Mountain Ash miners on Friday, when Mr. David Lewis, check- weigher, explained the new agreement. Councillor Lamburn protested against the agents being blamed for the result of the negotiations. They had been face to face with a serious difficulty, and had done their best under the circumstances. Mr. Lamburn advised the men to con- tinue work until the ballot had been taken, and added that they should take every possible means to prevent a section- al strike. They had enough of that in 1898, when the Welsh miners suffered bitterly. By a majority the meeting agreed to continue to work on day-to-day contracts until April 9. An amendment that work be not resumed as a protest against the new agreement and the' action of the miners' leaders, was defeated. I
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Letters to the Editor Letters on any subject of public interest are invited.. It bhould be understood that we do not necessarily agree with the views expressed therein. Corres- pondents will oblige by writing on one side of the paper, and must invariably enclose their names and addresses, not j necessarily for publication, but as a J guarantee of good faith. j THE GLAMORA CUP. Sir,—Kindly allow me to point out a few things in connection with the Glamora Cup Final Match, played at Aberdare, March 31st, 1910, Aberdare Thursdays, v. Mountain Ash Thursdays. I write simply in the interest of sport and fair play, I understand this is the first year of the league, and the hopes are that the league, or the Glamora Cup competition "will be continued, But if that is to be so; a few things will have to be altered. For instance, all through the season the referees of the district J I have been thought good enough to hold the whistle in league and cup matches, but when the final comes along a referee is appointed from outside the district Now sir, I think the honour should have been given to one of our own referees who have worked hard all through the I season. I ha'.e no quarrel with the referee of i&st Thursday's match, who is undoubtedly a gentleman, but his rul- ing could be questioned on several occasions. Take for instance a corner which was given against the Mount. The ball was kicked out on to one of the Aberdare player's head. From him it was headed to another Dare player, and from him into goaL A goal W>AS awarded, but I maintain it was not a goal. Any- one who inoy question this should look up the rule. If the ball had been played by one. of the opposing team then it would have been a goal. At another lime, a corner was given, but immedi^tdy after the decision was given, the- reteiee suddenly changed his mind, and gave a goal kick. Again, a referee should nos wear glasses. I say this without any intention of hurting anyone's feelings but I maintain that a referee should have a clear vision to see things at a glance. Little things count, and if things had been more efficiently controlled in last Thursday's match the result would not have bt-en the same. Lastly, the matter of the ground for ihe final. Would it not be wise for the eommitteet.) have the final played on neutral ground .uexfc year ? I under- stand it was arranged in the beginning to have the final played at Aberdare, but the rule is to play on neutral ground. —I am, UNBIASSED.
Llwydcoed. LINSEED COMPOUND" with warm water is an excellent gargle for sore throat, Colds, Coughs, &c. When you want a drink, have a good one. Try McLaren's Iron Brew, which is a good Give. Purchasers of Skates at A. D. Jones', Duke Street, save 3d. each time they enter the Rink. VESTRY.—The annual vestry meeting oi St. James' Church was held on Tues- day evening under the presidency of the Vicar, Rev. R. Jones. Mr. Thos. Davies was unanimously elected parishioners' warden. The Vicar appointed Mr. D. Prosser as his warden. Mr. T. Davies was re-elected secretary. The sidesmen were all re-elected. HOREB. Quarterly meetings were held at the above chapel on Sunday. The morning meeting was presided over by Mr. Benj. Harris, the proceedings being opened by Mr J. B. James. Programme: Solos, William Lewis, D. Emlyn Evans, Joseph Griffiths, May Evans, Annie Jones. Recitations, David Thos. Jones, Joseph Griffiths, Emrys Jones, D. Emlyn Evans, Lizzie Gwen Wliliams, Evan Wm. Griffiths, Nellie Griffiths. Dialogue, Annie Rees and friends. Violin solo, W. Rees. The meeting was brought to a close by Rev. W. S. Davies. The after- noon meeting, which was opened by Mr John Price, was presided over by Mr. Jenkin Rees. Programme: Solos, Ralph H. Harris, Annie Thomas, J. B. James, William Lewis, David Emlyn Evans. Recitations, Annie Davies, Nellie Grif- fiths, Mary J. Hopkins, Maggie Harries, Mary Beddoe, Evan William Griffiths, L. Gwen Williams, Katie Griffiths. Dia- logue, Lizzie Mary Davies and Annie Thomas. Duet, Mrs. L. H. Davies and Annie Thomas. Mr. John Jones presided at the evening meeting. Mr. Gwilym Howells opened the proceedings. Pro- gramme: Recitations, T. Morgan, Ralph H. Harris, T. Edgar Phillips, Nellie Roberts, Annie Thomas, Thomas James. Solos, Philip Jones, William Edwards, William iitchelmore, Jenkin George, Annie Jones, William Lewis. Quartette, Mrs. M. Edwards and friends. Dialogue, D. Lewis Owen and friends. The Band of Hope and the Choir were under the conductorship of Mrs. L. H. Davies and Mr. J. B. James respectively. The meeting was addressed by the pastor, and closed by Mr. Thomas James. The accompanists were Messrs. W. B. James, D. Wm. Jones, J. Edwards, and Miss Amy Davies. The arrangements were carried out by Messrs. G. Howells and Willie Jones.
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Aberaman, "LINSEED COMPOUND" (Anisood" Senega, Squill, Tolu, &c), voids Influenza, Royal Enfield Cycles are supplied for cash or monthly payments. Sole Agent: A. D. Jones, Duke Street, Aberdare. APPOINTMENT.-Mr. Tom Davies, Abercwmboi, has been appointed manager of the bill-posting business undertaken by the Aberaman Public Hall Committee, A large number of suitable sites have been acquired locally. DRAUGHTS-Mr W. Barnett, a mem- ber of the Institute Draughts Team, has been selected to take part in the Welsh Individual Championship Tourney. His first opponent in the contest is Mr. F. J. Evans, of Mountain Ash. ST. MARGARET-'S.-The annual vestry meeting in connection with the above Parish Church was held on Easter Mon- day. The Rev. Morgan Powell, Vicar, presided. Mr. Wm. Cates, Cwmaman, was appointed vicar's warden, and 1fr. James Thomas, Godreaman, became L people's warden. The sidesmen were elected as follows: St. Margaret's: Messrs. Thomas Railton, Thos. Burrows, James Venables, J. Arthur, W. Richards, C. Barnfield, Griffith Williams, "Wm. D. Williams, Ivor Davies, John Davies, Geo. E. Harries, P.S. King, Henry Burrows, J. lates, James Davies, A. Roberts, W. T. Smith, and Arthur Andrews. St. Joseph's, Cwmaman: Messrs. Geo. Cook, W. Burrows, Wm. Thomas, B. S. Evans. M. Edwards, D. H. Edwards, Alfred Duke, G. Williams, P.S. Panniers, T. Jones, Edwin Twose, R. Grifljths, R. Jones, T. Jones, T. Phillips, John Jen- kins, David Jenkins, and M. Thomas. St. Barnabas Welsh Church (Aberaman): Messrs. John Williams, J. Morgan, John Henry J ones, J ohn Handley, Levi Harris, and Griffith Evans. St. Peter's (Aber- cwmboi) Messrs. S. Cox, R. Flanders, D. J. Davies, Wm. Williams, A. Morgan, and David Davies. The auditors ap- pointed were Messrs Arthur Andrews and Martin Isaac.
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