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THE CLUB NUISANCE AT SWANSEA.

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COLLIERY DISPUTE AT MACHEN…

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COLLIERY DISPUTE AT MACHEN j C^ir Caerphilly district mining correspondent writes :-The agitation which has been pending at the Pentwyn Colliery, near Machen (and owned by Messrs Woodruffe), for some time past, was investigated by the appointed arbitra- tors, in accordance with the desire of the Caer- philly Miners' Delegate Association. On behalf of the men, HvIr Isaac Evans, Neath, member of the joint sliding-scale committee, and Mr Farr, Bedwas, officiated Mr John Richards, manager of the Rhos Lantwitt Colliery, Caerphilly and Mr Brooks. Risca Colliery, watching the interests of the company. The principal matter for con- 1( sideration was the price to be paid for the working of the coal, the miners con- tending that the same rate should be allowed at the colliery as that paid for the same seam at adjoining collieries. After much discussion and deliberation the following re- solution was unanimously carried—" That the company pay the miners per ton 2s 6d, with 17 per cent, added." The other matters in dispute appertaining to the general working of the undertaking were also definitely settled, the ratio of prices allowed being considered an equivalent of that allowed throughout the district. The decision of the arbitrators has given every satisfaction to Caer- philly Miners' Association, and the men have resumed operations under most favourable ¡ auspices.

THE LLANTWIT COLLIERY, CAERPHILLY.I

THE CWMGLO COLLIERY DISPUTE.

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