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j Abercynon Notes. I

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Tonyrefail Notes. I By-Product Strike Broken. I The by-product workers of Coed Ely decided last Saturday to resume work pending negotia- tions in respect to their grievance over which they have been out on strike for some time. It may be assorted that they were forced to return to work owing to the successful application of blackleg labour to their work on the by-product plant. It is stated that many of the blacklegs were recruited from the Coed Ely examiners, whose union, be it remembered, during the last Examiners' strike, appealed to the miners for their support. The response of the miners to that appeal was a refusal to work. It serves no purpose whatever to further emuitter feeling among our own class. The sooner all the workers unite in one Industrial ( nion the better for all. The Checkweigher Ballot. Persons outside the District will be interested to know the result of the recent ballot at Coed Ely for checkweighmen Mr. Arthur Jones headed the list. Mr. Tom Young came second. -N I i-. Jones needs no introduction, having already occupied the position for severa yea rs. lr. Young has been a very active member of the working-class movement for a number of years. One of his chief characteristics is his class-con- sciousness. He is a good speaker and is well versed in working-class economics. The general opinion is that he will serve the workers success- fully. n- ¡

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I New Theatre Manager. I