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MINING CLASS INSPECTION. ————…

CWMGORSE HOUSEBREAKING CHARGE.

BRFX0NSHIRE LABOCK PARTY ]

ONLLWYN. * —9—

PONTARDAWE POLICE COURT I

FINED FOR SELLING HORSE FLESH.

I .,IN - PLACE OF WELSH COAL…

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.,IN PLACE OF WELSH COAL j SUGGESTED USE (OF SCOTCH j FUEL FOR THE FLEET. I The third report of the Select ( o;u- mi aen on National ICxpenxi.tutv was j issued on Tuteday. Dealing with d. lays in the use of ships owing to eon- tfst0n .at homte iwwts, the Com- mittee report favourably on the work done by the b.,tt- talk>i\s, and recommended that more he made availabl e for thejn. In regard to certain problems con- nectOO with Labour employed bv the A,ii!),Iradtv, Committee draw at- tention to the practice of paying over tinio rates from a certain hour, Ir respective otf whether the men had worked full normal day. This prac- t,¡(, thev >ay, is ostravagant, as there is a direct .induc-crm-nt to t-i? titt?,?t, 1.,i I direct initu(.kfllvnt t(? dinary working hours. On the practice of men employed in shipyards to abstain front* work on one or even two week days, and to j work on Sunday, for which double J retes aire paid, the Committee under- stand that, so far ar slnpouWing work controlled hv the Admiralty was c-n- cerned, instructions ha.d given to discontinue systematic Sunday laixnir j entirely and to confine such work to urgeoit cases. In taking this course the Committee think the Admiralty was entirely justified, and shoTild en- force this polk-y with vigour. The Committee have also considered whether it might not he possible to niake savings in several (lim,tion.-i through the greater use of coal tained from Scotch coal mines, having j regard to the enormous strain on the railwav resources of the country in supplying the ffe-et with coal from the Welsh coalfields, and they recommend j that the matter 1», further considered bv the Admiralty, in (x),n,iuncticn with the Coal Controller, with a view to determining whether existing supplies are used to the fullest extent, or whether in the alternative the output from the mines can be imieased. fr4c)ni the |

ANTHRACITE HAULIERS' DEMANDS.

MINER'S RESOLUTIONS. I

TO OPPOSE MR. CLEM. EDWARDS

Y.iT RADGYNLAi S WORKMEN DliMA^D…

GOVERNMENT TEA AT 2s.8d. A…