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Letters to the Editor. Letters on any subject of public interest are cordially invited. The insertion of a letter does not necessarily mean that the Editor agrees with the views ex- pressed therein. Correspondents should write on one side of the paper only, and no letter will be published unless the writer sends his name and address, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarante e4 good faith. The Incorporation of the Rhondda. To the Editor of th@ !l Riioiitltltl Leader." Sir,-The promoters of the meeting held at Richards' Hall, Tonypandy. in connec- tion with the above matter deserve to be severely reprimanded for having omitted Anti-Humbug from their list of speakers. Your virile contributor dis- plays such a profound knowledge of the pros and cons of the question, and has such a fund of sardonic wit to lard his arguments, that I have no doubt the puerile efforts of the Simons and Isaacs I of Merthyr, would pale into nothingness compared with his entertaining eloquence. I would humbly- suggest to the omcers of the Chamber of Trade that they engage Mr. Anti-Humbug for their next meeting indeed, I will go further, and suggest that, if it is within the realms of realisa- tion, a high office should be bestowed upon this erudite gentleman, and with his beneficent patronage, I have no doubt that even the crass-lieaded members of this benighted body might hope some day to have a faint glimmering of the intra,cacies of this important question. Mr. Anti-Humbug starts off with the assertion that Incorporation has never been felt a necessity by the Rhondda rate- payers." This may or may not be true, but it is certainly curious that the body who are endeavouring to demonstrate this necessity should come so heavily under his lash. Ignorance may or may not be a sin. but we have yet to learn that an effort to dispel it warrants! the scoffing attitude of Anti-Humbug." Even such a, matter-of-fact gentleman ought to be possessed of some charity. I do not propose to traverse the whole ground covered by Anti-Humbug's letter, but I should like to dwell on one or two points which he has raised. He declares with an assurance that almost takes one's breath away, that the fact that Merthyr has obtained a Charter of Incorporation is not a sufficient reason for the Rhondda to be invested with the same powers." Ye gods! to what have we fallen! A district peopled by nearly 140,000 souls is of inferior importance to a town whose population only reaches a little more than half that number! What are the peculiar qualities possessed by the good people of Merthyr that cannot also be claimed by the Rhondda? Has Mer- thyr got the monopoly of all those attri- butes that make for good government, and are we indeed so destitute that we cannot even be trusted with the control of our own police ? Quanti est sapere! "Anti-Humbug" then proceeds to de- clare that Rhondda ratepayers should firstly, become convinced that the large powers already possessed by the District Council are inadequate to meet the special needs of the area which it already covers." If Anti-Humbug had paid any attention to the proceedings of the District Council as reported by you from time to time, he would have found that (only to name one instance) the Shop Hours Act cannot be properly adminisl tered because the police are controlled by another body who are far removed from the centre of grievance. Mr. Nicholas, the Council's Clerk, has declared over and over again that, despite expenses incurred in making Orders, they are practically dead letters, as neither police nor shop- keepers will interfere with the offenders. If the police were under the Council's control, the Shop Hours Act would be properly administered. the defaulters would be dealt with according to their sins, and fairness if trading conditions would result to all the shopkeeping com- munity. Then again, another matter which has been agitating the Rhondda Council for some yeaTs is the dual con- trol in education. Happily, the, County Council have now delegated their powers in respect of the Evening Classes and the Secondary Schools to the Rhondda Coun- cil, and there is every prospect that the change will be beneficial for all concerned. The County Council administration of the Evening Schools has been a by-word and a, reproach. Even the teachers in charge of the Evening Classes were not paid for a past session's work at the commence- ment of a new session. As Mr. Simons pointed out in his able address, the edu- cational results in Merthyr have already bees highly satisfactory, and this without any increased taxation. Anti-Humbug" also declares that anyone who has paid the least attention to the education pro- blem is convinced of-th,e necessity of an Education Board consisting of men better qualified in educational matters than mere dabblers in sewers and tar-spraying." A more baseless and unworthy accusation could not be levelled at a body of men whose valuable work evoked the warmest tribute from Mr. Lloyd George at Tre- orchy. Perhaps it will be news to Anti- Humbug to know that educational efficiency is as high in the Rhondda as in any other district in the United Kingdom, whereas the cost per child is lower than under any Authority throughout the whole country. He may obtain con- firmation of this in the last annual report of the Director of Education. After all, the great desideratum under Incorpora- tion will be the saving in rates. The Rhondda contributes far more-I cannot give the exact figure,s-to the County than it gets in return. All the money so raised-were the Rhondda constituted a County Borough—would be spent in the Rhondda, and for the Rhondda; and that, after all, is the great and important consideration to the man who pays. He would obtain better value for his money, and he would have the knowledge that every penny levied upon him in the shape of rates would be spent for bettering the district in which he lives, and not upon rural roads whereon he may never put his foot. The Mid-Rhondda Chamber of Trade deserve our warmest thanks for setting the movement on foot, and I for one shall hail their labours in a no mean snirit.-Yours. &c.. L CORPORUS. To the Editor of the Rhondda Leader." Sir,—Your contributor of last week, who signs himself "Anti-Humbug," seems to have a very crude idea of Incorpora- tion. He says the matter has never been felt a necessity by the Rhondda ratepayers," and although he asserts that i no member of the Chamber knew the least about the subject." Does he claim to have any knowledge of its benefits or of its evils P Has he been living in some poor benighted and oppressed County Borough, and now come to live in this blessed haven of refgt, under a District Council ? Or is he one of those old- fashioned fogies who cannot see beyond his nose, and would spoil the ship for the want of a ha'porth of tar? Is he aware that between August, 1888, and October, 1907, forty-three Municipal Charters were granted? Is it possible that these would have been applied for in such numerous instances if no very distinct benefits were to be derived? If "Anti-Humbug" pos- sessed a spark of sentiment for the dis- trict in which he at all events is at'pre- sent living, he would not try to damp the ardour of those who wish the district to acquire as a County Borough a greatly improved status and an increased dignity and importance to_ which an Urban Coun- cil can never attain. There undoubtedly exists in Government departments the feeling that in dealing with a Borough they are dealing with a superior authority to that of an Urban District, and he pro- bably would have been unable to utter the sneer that Parliament refused to trust us with powers to manage the tramway system had a Rhondda County Borough applied. The plea that the opponents of the tramways put forward was that the district was too poor to make the tram- ways pay, but does, not the huge financial success that they have already proved to be, show that it would have been to the ratepayers' advantage to have had them in their own hands? Parliament does not interfere with the constitution and privi- leges of a. Municipal Corporation as it does with Urban District Councils, which have during the past fifty or sixty years been differently constituted under so many new names and titles as: Improvement Commissioners, Local Boards of Health, and lastly as Urban District Councils. No one but "Anti-Humbug" himself has suggested that the Rhondda should be incorporated because Merthyr has got a, Charter, but it is required because the powers of the District Council are cer- tainly inadequate to meet the needs of the area. If "Anti-Humbug" is dis- satisfied with the efficiency of the Council as at present constituted, I might point out that each Ward elected the candi- dates they considered the most efficient, and I suggest a Borough Council might attract a still better class of candidate when even Anti-Humbug" himself might aspire to a seat.—Yours, &c.. SONEJ. To the Editor of the "Rhondda Leader." Sir,—In the report of the Ton-Pentre Police Court proceedings (as it appeared in the Leader" of last week), an account is given of an application for a dancing license for the Public Baths at Llwynypia and Mr. J. Phillips, the soli- citor making the application, is reported as having stated that the ministers pre- sent at a public meeting of workmen called to protest against the same, did not take any part, and consequently that their silence and inaction might be con- strued as favourable, to the said applica- tion, and inimical to the protest of the workmen. As chairman of the said meeting, I wish to state that nothing could be further from the truth than the above construc- tion. The ministers did not take public part, it is true; but they abstained from doing so at my request, and in order that the workmen themselves might express their views but their very presence there was an ample proof of their unmistakable sympathy and concurrence with the action taken by the working men.—Yours. &c., F. TABRAM (Chairman of the Meeting).
Councillor Edward Jones and Pentre Trades & Labour Council. To the Editor of the "Rhondda Leader." Sir,—In my last letter I promised to give a full and complete reply to the points raised by Mr. Jones in his inter- view. I have decided, however, as several of the points I intended to deal with were cleared up at last Monday's meet- ing. both bv the chairman's ruling upon the points I submitted to him and subse- quent discussion, to leave the matter at that. I only want to point out that I must question the bona-fide of Mr. Jones' first candidature as Labour representa- tive and also the invitation asking him to join the Trades Council. I desire to point out that it was upon my proposi- tion, consequent upon an intimation to the Council that Mr. Jones desired to become a member—as did Mabon—the invitation was extended. I sincerely thought that his presence would be help- ful, and that he was prepared to accept without reserve the principles of direct Labour representation. It is not my pur- pose to elaborate these points, but should circumstances justify, I will reserve the right to return to the matter. In con- clusion, I want to say that, although Mr. Jones' position as Councillor may be directly responsible to the electors, his actions as Councillor are relevant to the principles of the Trades Council. I main- tain we must have adherence to honest principle and respect to the constitution of the Trades Council, as any departure from that would shatter the very found- dations of the movement. Gelli. T. C. MORRIS.
Dr. E. J. Morris, Tylorstown. Meddygwr tra medrus Yw Edward J. Morris, Un dawnus a serchus. cysurus a chu. Heblaw bod ei foddion Yn gwella'r holl gleifion, Mae'n codi'r trwm galon a'i gwmni. Ni a allwn ymffrostio, Gan fawr ymfalchio, Ei fod wedi llwyddo i raddio'n M.D.; Bu'n hau gydag egni, Gan ddangos mawr allu; Am hyny, teg iddo oedd medi. Hir oes i'r fath feddyg, A llwyddiant arbenig I wneyd yr aniddig yn hoenig a lion Gan leddfu doluriau, A phob dirdyniadau, Ac atal cas boenau archollion. R wyf fi yn bersonol Mewn dyled i'w ganmol, Fy mod yn bresenol mor siriol a lion; Ond mwy clod i'r Arglwydd, A.r Hwn o'i raslonrwydd Sy'n rhoi'r fath fedrusrwydd i ddynion. Tylorstown. JASON JASIES.
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Rhondda Tramways. Parliamentary Powers to be sought for Important Ex- tensions. Clydach Vale Approach. Mr. Thos. Thomas, J.P., presided over a, special meeting of the Rhondda Dis- trict Council on Monday, called to fur- ther consider the question of applying to Parliament for powers to extend the existing system of electric tramways. It was resolved, on the motion of Councillor Maltby, Mardy, seconded by Councillor R. S. Griffiths, J.P., Clydach Vale- That the Council agree to apply for Parliamentary powers for the construc- tion of tramways to Mardy and Blaen- rhondda, as well as to Williamstown on the Tonyrefail route, and to lease such powers when obtained to a com- pany for a term concurrent with the term of the present lease, at a nominal rental, in consideration of the company proceeding with the construction of the tramways, the lease to contain a covenant by the Council agreeing to purchase such tramways at the expira- tion of the lease as a going concern. Mid-Rhondda members also advocated the extension of the tramway system to the populous district of Clydach Vale, but it was decided to leave the proposal in abeyance for the present as it was feared that this would damage the pros- pects of the whole scheme. On the motion of Councillor J. D. Wil- liams, J.P., Clydach Court, it was decided to apply to the Rhondda Tramway Com- Jany to connect the tram lines between realaw and Tonypandy, near the Tony- pandy Taff Vale Railway Station. The Council also considered the recom- mendations of the Roads Committee as to the most practicable mode of improving the road approach to Clydach Vale. Three schemes were considered, viz., (a) the existing road from Pandy Inn to the Court Hotel, (b) from De Winton Street, from a point between the Pandy Inn and the Hippodrome to the Court Hotel, and (c) from Thomas Street to the front of the surgery in Court Street, and up Court Street to the Court Hotel, at an estimated cost of £10,000, £ 7,000, and C6,000 re- spectivelv. A lengthy discussion ensued upon the respective proposals. Mr. D. R. Jones argued that members should be given more time to consider the schemes. The approach to Clydach Vale was a disgrace to the Council, and it was evident something should be done there; but he submitted that schemes of such magnitude as these were such that they should not be precipitate in the matter. He quite appreciated the urgency of the matter with a view of getting it into their Parliamentary Bill so as to save money on a future occasion, but he thought it was too much to expect him and other members of the Council to take in in half-an-hour the statement of the Roads Committee. He was unable to come to a decision as to which of the three schemes would be best to adopt, and he was personally in favour- of not pro- ceeding with them at present, even at the risk of not getting the anoroved scheme included in the Parliamentary Bill. Mr. R. S. Griffiths said that Mr. Jones' contention was simply ridiculous in the face of the alternative schemes put before them bv competent engineers. The fact of the matter was that it happened to be in Mid-Rhondda. and was intended to benefit a locality which had assisted every scheme in any other part of the Valley. No locality in the Rhondda sup- ported more thoroughly a tramway ser- vice in the j^hondda, and that scheme had placed Clydach Vale in a worse con- dition now than ever. Instead of having 14 brakes at Llwynypia, half of which were running to Clydach Vale, there was now not a single brake in the whole locality unless it was specially ordered. To set aside a well-considered scheme simply because it cost money was ridi- culous. No scheme had ever been car- ried out in the Rhondda, and having regard to the advice of their engineers and the Roads Committee, which was practically made up of engineers, he sub- mitted that their duty was to proceed with it without further delay. It was ultimately resolved to apply to Parliament for powers to carry out the improvement at an estimated cost of £ 7,000, and that sufficient land for the erection of a school be included in the scheme if thought necessary. Powers are also to be sought to enable the Council to acquire land for the widening of the Ystrad Station Bridge, and the Pwllyr- hebog Incline Bridge at De Winton Street, Tonypandy.
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