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,T H U RSDA Y, SEPTEMBER 20,…

HOW TO P OTEST AD YET SAY…

SWANSEA ECHOES.

SOUTH WALES ENGINEERS AT BARRY.

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LONDON LETTER. ——————„—————!

FIFTKEN YARS FOR THE ARMED…

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CARDIFF AND SOUTH WALES HORSE…

DEAN FOREST COAL TRADE.

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MONMOUTHSHIRE AND SOUTH WALKS COLLIERS' FEDERATION. THE EBBW VALE STRIKE. The council of the Monmouthshire and South Wales Miners' Federation held a meet- ing at the Bate Arms, Aberdare, on Wednesday, under the presidency of Mr W. Howells, Rhon- dda. Sympathy was expressed with the men on strike at HBBW Vale, and it was arranged that Mr W. Abraham, M.P., and Mr David Williams (Dawi Haelwen), should go to Ebbw Vale as a deputation to see if AN amicable settlement could be arrived at in the matter. A resolution was adopted recommending the cause of the Ebbw Vale men to the miners of South Wales, and urging the latter to do their utmost on behalf of those suffering by TH8 strike. Approval was expressed of the resolution carried at the recent conference at Aberdare with reference to a general holiday once in each calendar month. It was recommended that the first general holiday be taken on the first Monday in November. The council urged upon all collieries who have not already joined districts to do so at once.

MONMOUTHSHIRE CHAMBER OF AGRICULTURE.

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FRACAS AT A CARDIFF CLUB

THE DESTRUCTIVE FIRE AT CARDIFF.

FATAL FALLAT CARDIFF.

ALLEGED EMBEZZLEMENT BY A…

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