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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.

IWEDDING BELLS.,i

Llanelly Prize Choir.I

The Tinplate Trade.I

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The Tinplate Trade. I CONCILIATION AT WORK. I The annual meeting of the Welsh Tinplat-o Conciliation Board was held at Swansea on Tuesday. Mr. -Trubsliaw mentioned that during the year there had been small differences, but they had been dealt with by committees. He understood there were claims to be put ill. He had hoped there would not be any at all. He trusted, however, they would come to an arrangement that day for another twelve months, 80 that buyers would know that there would be no reduction of wages, and that the men would be assured of continuous em- ployment. He thought it their duty to come to a satisfactory conclusion forthwith of a settlement until June of next year (applause). Mr. John Hodge, speaking on behalf of himself and colleagues, expressed satisfaction that Mr. Trubsliaw was still able to preside over th-em, and they all hoped he would be long- spared to continue to act as their chair- man (applause). Mr. Hbdge said he would re-echo the sentiments expressed with regard I,t-) iho, harmonious working that had taken place during the last year. Mr. Hodge then submitted a number of claims on behalf of the; workmen The position now is that the question of 2 peTe-ont. for waste will be made the subject of a ballot by the millmen. Should they vote for a withdrawal of the claim, the wage rate will be signed and industrial peace for ano- tlier year practically secured. On the other hand, should the millmen by vote insist on their present, attitude and no agreement be come to by the 30th of June, the present wage agreement will come to all end.

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