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THE I.L P. ACTION APPROVED.

THE ALLOTMENT GARDENS AT CYFARTHFA.

MINERS OUT OF WORK FUND.

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MINERS OUT OF WORK FUND. Sir,—I should like very much to give an an- swer to Mr. Griffiths on the out of work fund. T thought I made it clear enough that our ex- penses would be 1e«. There is onf thing we should have to send our money to the central. and then back to different districts to pay our ouf of work men. A few years ago it was tried f by ballot and losr by a big majority, and it will fce this time if they go on that line. As for the nineteen districts we should have to contend with, it would not matter if there were 119 districts. We could pay our money to our own district, and, as I said before, if there were a district that needed help then it could apply to the other districts for it, and I think all the committees would arrange that without calling the body of men together to decide whether to send help or not. If a man was idle a week we should have the money in our funds at home, and could pay him when it was funds at home, and could pay him when it was I needed instead of keeping him waiting till hun- ger stares him in the face. If we fog^d it would not work then we could form a central fund, and each district could pay its own members ail the same* FEDEBATIONIST.

REV. MORGAN JENKINS, ABERCYNON,…

SOCIALISM AND THE CATHOLIC…

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THE MEANING OF ESTABLISHMENT.

THE CHURCH AND ITS ENDOWMENTS.

MARRIED LADIES. -.:--

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