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SENNYBRIDGE FARMERS. I F.U. Meeting. I PROTEST AGAINST SALE RESTRICTIONS. I On Tuesday a very large and enthusiastic meeting of the Sennybridge and district branch of the Farmers; Union, was held at the Market Hall, when Mr D. W. Price, Njuityrharn, pivsided. There were over 120 of the leading farmers present. The meeting was ad- dressed in a very able niaiin r by the chairman and Messrs W. J. Price, Upper Pontwilym, and W. Smith, Brecon. Tbe secretary reported a -t?ady progress in the work of enrolling members and said that 100 farmers iu the 10 parishes comprising the district had now joined the Union. The following resolutions were passed and the secretary was ordered to forward them to the Secretary of the Brecon and Radnor Union, viz :HThat this meeting protest against the Government issuing any Order to restrict the free sale of storcteattle a.nd sheep and the removal of same from one county to another, as the Order is disastrous to a county like Brecon where the cattle cannot be finished off for slaugh- tering, that they urge the County War Agricultural Executive Committee to arrange that the restrictions for the sale of horses shall be removed by the begin- ning of May next or earlier if possible." The circular sent out by the Agricultural "Wages Board was duly read and considered and the general opinion of those present was that no one iu this section would at the present time be so foolish .as to deal so high-liandcd with their workmen in such a manner as referred to therein. Mr Levi Jones, C.C., Cwmcamlais Veliaf, Mr Griffith Griffiths, Bronwydd-mawr, Treeastle, and Mr Thomas Davies, Gelynos, Trallong, were appointed delegates to the Executive. The following additional canvassers were appointed for the parish of Llandilofane. viz Messrs J. P. Davies, Bwlchgwyn, aud Tom Phillips, Cefnilech.

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