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r MINING MATTERS. ♦ UNEMPLOYMENT AND PRINCE OF 1. WALES' FUND. Mr. Coi-radoc Jones, Pontardulais, presided over tlae monthly meeting of the Western District. <f Anthracite Miners. representing 5,((.oJ 1.0 .,Coj men. A long and interesting discussion ensued regarding the administration of the Prince of Wales Fund. Kr. John Williams, M.P., gttve an exhaustive report on the recent negotiations between the South Wales jliners' Federation, the Prince of Wales' Tand, and the employers. He stated that a committee had been appointed to consider llo matiier together with a commissioner of grea.t ability, and he was very hopeful that in a short time the Federation would be a,Me to cope with all the claims that have I&Ien sent in from various inolud- lug- their own, for unemployment cauised by t.-ie war. n may be mentioned that up to eLate tlie Western District wants £2,J51, and the Anthracite over £ 10,000. Mr. Dd. Davies, Killan, wae appointed auditor for the district. YNYSARWBD DISPUTE. The dispute at Ynisa-rwed was dealt with, and a. lengthy report given by Mi,, John Williams, M.P., in which he pointed out that every effort possible was being made by officials of ftbe South Wales Miners' Federation to amicably settle matters in dic-pute, and to have the men now idle re- instated. After hearing- th« report, it was resolved tha. if a settlement was not forthcoming immediately they would place the matter before the Dookers' Union with a view to invoking their sympathy and help in the matter. Of those formerly employed at (this col- liery about 100 have not been allowed to return. I ANTHRACITE DISTRICT. .I- I ai me inonuuy meeting 01 toie Ani-nraciiw District miners, held in the Elysium on 8aiturday, County Oouncillor W. Walters prec-i,ciing. Mees-ns. J. D. Morgan and J. James, agents, reported on conditions of unemployment throughout the district. It was, they said. about normal. Few collieries were idle, and those not as affeoted by the I war. It is estimated that between 500 and 660 colliers are idle in the district. Mr. J. D. liewio, oheckweigher, of Brook Colliery, was elected a member of the Plans Committee, on the retirement of County Councillor David Daniel Davies. Considerable discussion took place with regard to the claim of workmen for appli- cation of the seniority rule in unemploy- ment, this having arisen in the district in consequence of pant-ial stoppages in various part, which threw a number of men out of employment, The matter is to be dealt with by a. special oommittee.

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