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Pontypridd Notes.l


Pontypridd Notes. l A Good Start. The first propaganda meeting at the new I.L.P. hall, 36, High-street, Graig-square, started well with a capable lecture from Com- rade Williams, Sunday evening, April 22nd, on Democracy." Comrade Ben Davies made his debut as chairman and acted efficiently. Com- rades Ivor Morgan, Humphreys, Cox, Pryce Vaughan and Owen Hughes took part in the discussion, the latter emphasizing the necessity of educating the workers in the ideas of Indus- trial Unionism. "Pioneers" were sold out. Recollections. I Last Sunday evening with Comrade Cameron as chairman, our old Comrade David Lewis gave a lecture on Recollections his reminiscenses of industrial events in his career being particu- larly interesting. It is intended getting the best talent available as speakers, hence the ne- cessity of local Socialists giving their whole support to these meetings. The Ballot. I A ballot is; being taken this week re the ap- pointment of a sub-agent for Pontypridd (No. 2) District of Miners, and among the nine candi- dates in the running are two of our I.L.P. mem- bers, viz., Conn. D. L. Davies and E. J. Wil- liams, another comrade, W. H. May, having withdrawn.

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