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THE GROUP AND COUNCILLOR GRIFFITHS.

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COUNCILLOR GRIFFITHS AND THE CATHOLICS. Sir,—Mr. Evans, in his last letter, simply gives himself away. He prict.icajly admits beinsr behind the scenes in the matter of the 1 compromise, so that it, is really a case of self- defence with him. Ho wants to know what right has the Merthyr I.L.P. to question the action or Councillor Griffiths. Does he forget tho deputation from Dowlsiz; to the Merthyr branch asking iheir support of Mr. Griffitlra as the Socialist candidate for the Penvdarrcn Ward? The rrforal and practical support of that branch were riven him cn the understand- ing that if elected he would be loyal to Social- ist principles. They firt heard of the Catholic compromise through the letter of Mr. Mans- field, which appeared in your esteemed pap°r. Then came the report of the meeting which Councillor Griffiths attended, and at which he apologised to his Catholic supporters for not keeping his pledges to them. At this meeting he promised they should have no further cause to complain of his conduct. The meeting thanked him, and then rushed away with the glad tidings to tho'r spiritual fathers. In that compromise, the Socialist cause was bn'rnyed It was, therefore, the duty of the I.L.P. and the Group to repudiate the action of tlvs coun- or .h.; J

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