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FEDERATION MATTERS. I

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FEDERATION MATTERS. I MINIMUM WAGE RIGIITS I At a meeting of the Executive Coun- cil of the South Wales Miners' Execu- tive, held at Cardiff, Mr. W. Brace, M.P., presiding, it was resolved that Mr. W. P. Nicholas be asked to prepare for Mr. McKenna, the Home Secretary (in response to his questions to the de- putation that interviewed him on be- half of the M.F.G.B.), a statement of the cases in which deductions from wages were made for fines imposed in the police court. I SAFETY LAMP QUESTION. A deputation attended from the Blaina workmen respecting a dispute consequent upon a change having taken place in the type of safety lamp given them to use. It was resolved to raise this matter at the Conciliation Board. I PROPOSED MINERS DISTRICT. I Certain lodges in the Neath district having decided to secede from the Wes- tern, Anthracite, and Aberdare dis- tricts for the purpose of forming a new district of their own, it was re- solved that Messrs. Tom -Smith, W. Vyce, and the general secretary should investigate the matter. SENGHENYDD RELIEF FUND. I The proposed trust deed for the ad- ministration of the Senghenydd Relief Fund was considered by the Council, and it was resolved—"That this Coun- cil is of opinion that in this declaration of trust it shall be definitely stated that the who!e of the funds shall be administered for the benefit of the de- pendents of the workmen killed in the Songhenydd and Glynea Collieries ex- plosion. MINIMUM WAGE RIGHTS. I It was resolved to raise at the Con- ciliation Board meeting the question of workmen having, it was allegá, re- ceived notice to terminate controots consequent upon their insisting upon their rights under the Minimum Wage Act. This, it was stated, had occurred at Cwmaman, the East Glamorgan Dis- I triet, and the Merthyr District.

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