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THE EISTEDDFOD.

FIVE YEARS' PENAL SERVITUDE.

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XO REWARDS TO THE POLICE FOR…

C R I C K E T.

BRIDGEND v. NEATH.

LOCAL MARKSMEN AT MARGAM.

WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS.

DISTRICT NEWS.

KENFIG HILL.

BRYNCETHIN.

- NANTYMOEL.

COWBRIDGE. i

LLANTWIT MAJOR.

-RECORD ENTRIES AND ATTENDANCE.

ALLEGED BREACH OF COVENANT.

TUESDAY'S SHOOTING.

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THE INDEPENDENT LABOUR PARTY.

A FIVE PER CENT. DIVIDEND.

A NEGLECTED WARNING.

Wyndham and Dinas Main Hauliers.

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Wyndham and Dinas Main Hauliers. A meeting of the sub-committee appointed to deal with the hauliers' wages question was held at the South Wales Institute of En- gineers. The points in dispute at several individual collieries in regard to which no definite decision was arrived at at the last meeting of the committee came up for fur- ther consideration, the committee requiring further evidence before dealing with the points at issue. In regard to the No. 1 level of Dinas Main Colliery, a settlement was arrived at after a lengthy discussion, the rate for hauling to be 3s. 4d., with 8d. in addition, making it 4s. to cover dooring and water. With regard to overtime, the full rate is to be paid. The committee also considered the griev- ances of the hauliers employed at North's Navigation Wyndham Collieries, Ogmore Vale, who were dissatisfied with their rate of pay, which they assert is less than before the agreement came into operation. Owing to the different systems of working and remun- eration obtaining at the various collieries and in some cases at the same collierv, the diffi- culties of the committee in arnving at an amicable arrangement are very great, conse- quently the committee goes fully into indi- vidual cases.

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