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EMPLOYMENT IN CHESHIRE AND NORTH WALES. + Mr. C. Rouse, the local correspondent of the Labour Gazette, has forwarded the following report on the state of employment during the last month in Cheshire:—According to a report from Winsford, employment in the salt trade is slack generally in that district and at Middle- wich. In the building trades employment is moderate at both towns, painters being well employed. Chemical workers at Middlewich continue dull, one set being still closed. Moulders at Winsford are very fairly employed. Fustian cutters are only working four days per week at most factories. Mr. G. Rowley, the North Wales correspondent of the Gazette, reports :—Mining—Except at a few collieries employment has been good during the month. Quarrying-Except at the Penrhyn Quarry, which continues closed, employment in the slate quarries is good. It is also good in the granite, sett, limestone, roadstone and freestone quarries. Engineering and Metal Trades—Employment is good at the Brymbo steel works. At an iron- works in Holywell a blast furnace has been restarted, and more men are being employed. Engineers at Oswestry report employment as still moderate; employment is good at the spelter works at Bagillt, and at the waggon works at Johnstown. Building Trades.-At Wrexham employment is reported as good with the bricklayers; fair with the carpenters and joiners; and slack with painters. At Oswestry as dull with the bricklayers; moderate with the carpenters. Employment in every branch.con- tinues steady in the Rhos district; brisk at Ruabon and Cefn. Brick and Terra Cotta Works.—Employment continues good at the various brick and terra cotta works in the Wrexham,Rhos,Ruabon, and Penybont districts. Chemical Trades.—Full time is being worked at the chemical works at Flint and Ruabon. Textile and Clothing Trades.—The workmen in the tweed industry of Montgomeryshire are reported as fairly well engaged. The bespoke tailors at Oswestry report employment as fairly good; at Rhyl as good.

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THE NORTH WALES SLATE TRADE.…

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