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"BARN Y BRODYR."

Mr. J. Hugh Edwards, M.P and…

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SENGiiENYDO IN PARLIAMENT.

SIR MARCHANT WILLIAMSI

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SAFETY IN THE MINES. I

| LABOUR MEMBER SCORES.

SENGHENYDD INQUIRY

SAFETY IN THE MINES. I

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(Continued fron preeedtng column). be made in the costs of coal production. The "long view" was equally essential in producing safety in mine working aa iii producing efficiency. The prpblem of safety from falls of roof, from explo- sions, and from the many dangers of the mining industry involved a com- bined knowledge of mechanics, geology and chemistry, and that could only be obtained by technical training. The Principal said he would like to see the Miners1 Federation taking a more active interest in the education of their members. So long as it was possible for one man ignorant of the causes making for disaster to be em- ployed underground no amount of legislation by the Home Office, or special rules drafted by officials would prevent the occurrence of mining disas- ters. With a well-educated body of miners a large reduction in the acci- dent rate would be within measurable distance. It was the duty of every per- son directly or indirectly associated with mining to encourage to the utmost the spread of technical mining education.

"BARN Y BRODYR."