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iCWMTWRCH-WMLL YNFELL I

STEJEL PEN SHORTAGE.I

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I To the Editor. Sir,—Kindly allow me a little space in ¡ your columns to reply to "One who is compelled to be a Federationist" in your last issue. First of all I want to point out that his nom-de-plume is condemnatory of the statements, because a man who is com- pelled to adopt any ideals from any reason whatever, is unquestionably pre- judiced against those principles, there- fore can we accept prejudicial evidence as facts ? In order to prove my authority to deal with this matter I had better ???la that I also work at the Gurnos CO 1'.CTY?. 'and am not a member of the committee, so have no official or representative atti- tude to champion but a simple desire to represent truth and justice. A notifica- tion was posted up on the. lamproom wall two clear days previous to the date for which the general meeting was announced, this notification also specified the busi- ness to be dealt with, namely the appoint- ing of a delegate to the Cardiff confer- ence. It was a matter of impossibility for any workman to fail to see this noti- fication, because it was placed in such a position that the eyes rested u £ >on it as the workman obtained his lamp from the lamproom, unless "One who is compelled to be a Federationist goes about with his eyes shut he must have seen this notice. Regarding the general meeting that was subsequently held. I may state that it was held on the premises of the colliery before the workmen left, and therefore could not fail to be fairly representative. I would advise OTte who is compelled to be a Federationist" to wake up and look about him. for he must be missing a number of pleasant experiences by being so unobservant. I would also advise him to put in' an appearance occasionally at the meetings) of the Federation,' which is the proper and manliest course for a gen- tleman to pursue.—Yours faithfully, I W. HUGHES, Derwen-road. Ystradgynlais.

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