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 i 1 1 COH;;li;V A "n:: Is I I Coll iery Appeals. | "THE WONDERFUL WOMAN." Five colliery cases were dealt with at the County Tribunal yesterday, the re- spondents to the appeals made by Lieut. Ingram,s being James Morris, Director's Cottage, Trimsaran; T. M. Jones, En- gine bn, Llangenneeh: (. Williams, 45 New street, Burry Pert John Thomas, Derlwyn, Fron terrace, Llanelly, and H. i.dwarcts, Sapply Stores, Bynea. Ah\ J. Lewis Phillips, en behalf of Morris, asked that the case should lie dealt with by the Colliery Tribunal. In appealing for Morris, the Trimsaran Colliery Coy. said the man who was a clerk had control over the traffic g> over the Company's private -a- ay d all stores for the colliery and brnkwor. s were under his charge. The Tribunal directed that the case should be proceeded with and Morris said he was Classed Bl. In adiition to the colliery, he had to do the clerical work for the brickworks and an estate of 800 acres on which there were 100 workmen's houses and eight farms. There were .500 men employed and the daily output of coal was 300 toss and oO.OOO bricks per week. Mr. Phillips: W o have heard of the wonderful woman; you have to jump on waggons I believe ? Morris: Yes. Mr. Phillips Could a woman do thatr -No. Capt. C renilyn: Why net? Mr. Phillips: We hear cf the wonder- till woman at the every Tribunal but we have not seen her yet. Mr. Evan Jones, dire- tor, said a sub- stitute could not be found. If such a person was available Morris would be relea vd immediately. said that even if Morris went to the Army the a day. Mr. Phillips: But you don't know as you are not a prophet or the son of a prophet. Col .Pearson I have hod 20 years ex- perience and I have net known any col- liery to stop when a man has died or gone awav. I have not understood that this man is a pay clerk, and if so he is Oil the technical staff. The Tribunal allowed the appeal, the mail not to bo called up for three months The case of Edwa: (h, who was repre- sented by Mr. Lee lie Williams, was taken in private. C.Williams did not put- in an appear- ance and the military appeal was al- lowed

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