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CLYQACH NOTES ! - I

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-_-_0---. GWAUNCAEGURWEN

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0- GWAUNCAEGURWEN Owing to the state of dissatisfaction at the old coal-hauling conditions, the men at the Cwmgorse Colliery have purchased a horse and cart, each mait having a nominal share on co-operative lines. They have also engaged a full- time haulier, who will receive a miai- mum wage of £ 45s. a week. The Gwauncaegurwcn mining class, under Mr. J. Henri Davies, county mining lecturer, visited the New Cwm- gorse Colliery on Friday on a. tour of inspection. They were met by Mr. Dl. Jones, M.E., and Mr. Wm. Davies, and made a thorough tour of the work- ings of the mine at which the road and stall method is the usual one adopted for the working of the coal. The i-1nerai of Miss Elizabed Jones, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I). Jones, Gwauncaegurwcn, took place amidst manifestations of defp regret on Tues- day. The officiating ministers were the Revs. John Thoma-s, B. D. Davies, and T. M. Hoderick. The fnnera] of Mrs. Griffiths, wife of 'iNIr. Eynon Griffiths, who died at Gar- annt, took pla-eo at Old IJethel ceme- tery on Monday. The Revs. T. M. Roderick and I). Williams, B.A., offi- ciated. i.

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AMMANFORD DISPUTE.

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