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I, SWANSEA DISTRICTS REPRE- SENTATIVE. Possible Labour Rival to Mr. Brynmor Jones. Cu November 15th a conference of Trades I uionisis, iiieuiWrs of the Independent La- bour party, co-operative society, and other organisations JIl N.vi!ip;i.thy with the Labour representation^movement, will be held at the lonn Hall, Seath. The business will be to <lect a^ permanent election committee chosen from different parts of the constituency, aud to receive nominations of Parliamentary can- dill"te, A provision^] committee, represent- ing the TraJes and Labour Councik of Swan- sea, Xeath, and Aberavou has been for some lime in existence, and has already circularised all the Trades Unionist, and other organisa- tions in the constituency, with the result that there was a prttetically unanimous desire to contest the seat in tlu. Labour interest at the hrst opportunity. The Miners' Federation, ot whose suprj'i't there was some doubt, hits declared that its policy will be to support a Lat)our eandiihite. for yn-anseit District if one is put forward- l'iis makes it certain that a labour candidate will be run at' the next general election. Of those mentioned for the candidature J Íln Littlejohns, Swansea, is one. Mr. ljllt|e,i'ili]is h;is for the hist eight vi'ars been actively connected with the Trades Linonist. movement in Swansea and district. He is a jit),,r of the Sw;uise;t Trades and j/ihour Counc-ih and edited the defunct "Wor- keis 'lurnal, L lll(|iithlv niiigazine, the offi- ciio orKau of 'ilc lade's Council. He also edited the "South Weiker." He was > appointed the secretary of the Swansea Co-opeiativc- Society. at,d it i.s largely due. to his efforts that the. movement has' been a success. IIo is the author of a pamphlet on the vexed question oÏ "Black Glamorgan," dealing with row- famous charge of Judge Cwilyni Williams. it. is understood that if Mr. Littlejohns is accepted as the Labour candidate the Independent Labour party, of which <n'o't>iisxtioii he is u member, will accept full financial responsibility. The latter point will be of much importance., for one of the conditions imposed by the habour rej)resenta- tion committee i^ that whoever is nosiinatcd BM Parliamentary candidate must give, a guarantee that the organisation of which he is a member will render him financial assist- ance. It is expected, however, that other naJOes will be pvt ""w"

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