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A HOPEFUL SIGNI

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A HOPEFUL SIGN I LOCK-OUT CRISIS. I < PEACE NEGOTIATIONS. I Mabon's Suggestion I Mr. Dalziel, secretary of the Monmouthshire and South Wales Coal owners' Association, informs us that in response to a fvUiggeetion from Mr. William Abraham, M.P. (Ma.bon). the president of the workmen's side of the Conciliation Board, to Mr Fred L. Davis, president of the owners" representatives, that there should be a meeting of the board to oonsider the position in regard to the Miners' Eight Hours Act. which comes into force on the 1st of July next. lis soon as possible after a meeting of the executive of the Miners' Federation of Great Britain, whioh is to take place on the 17th inet., negotia- axe in progress for a meeting to comply I with this request. Lord St. Aldwyn as Mediator. I An influential Cardiff coal exporter hw taken steps with a view to induce the South Wales coalownera and the workmen to meet at as early a date as possible with the object of endeavouring to prevent a lock-out in the coalfield. It is understood that Lord St. ALd"wyn, the independent chairman of the feouth Wales Coal Conciliation Board, has, in reply to an inquiry, expressed himself as not unwilling to act as a mediator if invited I to do so by both parties. Scottish Miners' Wages I Invitations are being issued to a special eonferenoe of the Scottish miners' delegates to be held in Glasgow next Tuesday, when the outcome of the meeting of the Concilia- tion Board tho previous day will be con- sidered. The miners are hopeful tha-t the proposed reduction of wages will not be Miforced, but the owners contend that there i.3 no alternative.

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