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I Pontypridd Notes.

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I Pontypridd Notes. I I. L.P. Activities. On Sunday evening, December 2nd, at the I.L.P. Hall, Comrade Owen Hughes lectured on Socialism and Imperialism." Comrades Hum- phreys, J. Baker, Workman, and E. J. Williams took part in the ensuing discussion. Ivor Mor- gan presided. One new member was made and Pioneers" sold out. On the 9th the branch was favoured with a visit from Noah Tromans (Mountain Ash), whose subject was The Mis- sion of the I.L.P." David Lewis presided. Ques- tions were satisfactorily answered and Ivor Mor- gan, Andrews, Baker, Pryce Vaughan and W. Jones also spoke. Congratulations. Congratulations to Comrade Griff Maddocks on having come out on top with a substantial majority over T. Brixey, Abercynon, in the final ballot for a mines examiner for the Pontypridd District of Miners, a vacancy having occurred through Councillor D. L. Davies having ??e?n made sub-agent for the same district. Industrial History. An Industrial History class has been formed and is held at the I.L.P. Hall every Sunday morning at 10.30 a.m., under the auspices of the local N.U.R. (open to all). The teacher is Com- rade E. J. Williams, who has now four or five classes weekly to attend to. The chairman and secretary of same are Comrades Gardner and Owen Morgan respectively.

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