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- " We Can Do Nothing." a

-THE PEOPLE S WAR."

SIR SAMUEL EVANS PRESIDES…

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RECORD WAGES FOR ARTISANS.

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A COALFIELD ISSUE.

i THE CONFERENCE. !

'1I SUNDAY NIGHT SHIFT

UNION OF WELSH SOCIETIES

I I CARDIFF ROMANCE.I I

^ i ENLISTED AT 61. !

I. APPLICATION FOR 5 PER I…

RECOGNITION ISSrE. I

! GERMANY SHORT OF SOAP. I…

I THE LAST AIR RAID.

I THE HALFPENNY POST.

I ICONCEALING SWANSEA DESERTER.

MIXERS AND COMPULSION.

:LONGEVITY OF DUNDEE FAMILY…

i ANOTHER M.P. RENOUNCES HIS…

'1I SUNDAY NIGHT SHIFT

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(Continuing from preceding column). ment. Under the old agreement the men worked six hours on a Rlmrly; night. If they worked eight they were paid extra, but since the new agreement came into operation the owners had insisted upon making the eight hours shift a normal one. The workmen argued that the re- presentatives of the Government by "altering the agreement" made it clear that additional payment was in- tended for working a Sunday night shift of eight hours. The Executive Council was instruc- ted to inform the coalowners that un- less a satisfactory settlement of this point is arrived at—as other collieries are involved another coalfield confer- ence must, be called to consider what further steps shall be taken ia the matter.