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SPECIAL MEETING OF THE COUNCIL.

PROPOSED LLANGYNWYD SCHEMES

PROPOSED BILL I-N PARLIAMENT…

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MINERS AND L.R.C.

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MINERS AND L.R.C. The "Daily Chronicle" Parliamentary oor- respondent says that a dispute has arisen be- tween the Miners' Federation and the Labour Party, as a result of the recent ballot. The Federation has joined the Labour Party, but the miners' members elected as Liberal labour were allowed liberty of action during the present Parliament. The action of the Miners' Federation with nearly 500.000 mem- bers has brought a great accession of strength to the Labour Party, adding £ 5.000 annually to its revenues. The Labour Representation Committee hold that this revenue should im- Committee hold that this revenue should im- I mediately accrue, but it is urged that the miners' members are paid from these funds. and while this is so the expectation that funds should be paid to the Labour Party is ) unreasonable.

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COUNCILLOR RICHARD WATKIXS…

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MOXEY STOLEN FROM POST OFFICE.

|TUG SUNK OI f RHOOSE POINT.

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