Symud i'r prif gynnwys
Cuddio Rhestr Erthyglau

24 erthygl ar y dudalen hon

To Combat Non-Unionism

Newyddion
Dyfynnu
Rhannu

To Combat Non-Unionism ME. STANTON'S REMEDIAL POLICY. On Friday evening a conference of dele- gates from the various miners" lodges in the Aberdare district was held at the Bute Hotel, Aberdare, to consider and discuss the draft scheme submitted by the miners' agent (Mr. C. B. Stanton) for dealing with non-unionism in the South Wales coalfield. The chief prin- ciples of the scheme are as follow: That every district in South Wales should tender notices re non-Unionism at the same time; that every workman should have a 'clean card' before work ? resumed at any colliery; that the employers be told at once that the em- ployment of any non-Unionist at any associated colliery would be regarded as a moral breach of the conciliation agreement, justifying its entire repudi- ation, or that the employers should only pay the percentages to those who pay the upkeep of the conciliation machin- ery, and who can produce a "clear card"; that a conference of the coal- field fee called to readjust and improve the present Federation constitution. with a view to strengthening the fin- ancial position, and to decide upon a vigorous fighting policy to better the p conditions of underpaid and victimised members of the Federation; to discuss centralisation, equality of work and wages of agents; that all the members of the Central Executive Council should go 10 ballot, officials included; that the contribution to the Federation oe 2d. in the pound per member, to be kept at the colliery offices. Mr. Richard Phillips occupied the chair at the conference, and there were Present delegates from every lodge in the district. Mr. Stanton's scheme was discussed at great length, and a number of amend- ments, some of them of a drastic nature, ere proposed and carried. It was ultimately resolved that the whole of the amendments be considered by the District Committee, and the scheme, as amended, again discussed by a further conference of delegates.

Funeral cf Telynfab Gwalia.

j Not a Welshman.

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