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I SOUTH WALES COLLIERS. I

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I SOUTH WALES COLLIERS. I The newly-formed Board of Conciliation of the South Wales and Monmouthshire coal-owners and miners addressed to Sir F. Hopwood, Permanent Secretary to the Board of Trade, a letter request- ing him to accept the po of independent chair- man of the board. Sir Hopwood replied on April 2 to the effect that he would have had great pleasure in complying with the request, but that the Board of Trade had decided that it was not compatible with the best interests of its admini- iration that its Permanent Secretary should tccupy a position in which he might be called upon to decide the question of a general rise or fall of wages. He is, therefore, compelled, with great regret, to decline the proposed honour. TS

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