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THE MERTHYR "GROUP" AND COUN. GRIFFITHS. Sir,—I am not surprised at the letter of Mr. Evans. He, like Coligula of old, wishes to place all under one head, no that he may strike it off with a blow. He points to his friend, Coun. Griffiths, as the man "Who dares to be a Daniel." Surely, Mr. Evans is not ignorant of the compromise with the Catholics to support their schools in their entirety, which not only means rate-aid for Sectarianism, but also re- ligious tests for teachers. Are these the prin- ciples of Socialism? The Catholic split rote sent Mr. Griffiths to the Council, where he signed the constitution of the Labour Group. When the interests of the Catholics were at stake he &at neutral. The Romanists at once J convened a meeting to bring the so-called "Daniel" to judgment. At the meeting he gave a second promise. Mr. Evans will, I am sure, admit that in the face of this no pledge- bound party could with consistency tolerate him within their ranks. It shows a weak case when Mr. Evans trios to justify the action off, his friend by simply attacking Nonconformity. "The evils of private ownership," I think, is a pet subject with Mr. Evans. Still, he shuts his eyes to the fact that the doors of clerical schools are closed not alone to the Socialist, but also to the Nonconformist teacher. Does Mr. Evans advocate the sacrifice of principles for the sake of votes? If so, he has evidently lost his So- cialism. If the Catholics are really anxious I about their children's education, why don't they transfer the schools to the public authority? Then the Church could devote all its attention to the cultivation of. this wonderful "Catholic atmosphere. -y ours, etc., A SOCIALIST..

THE I.L P. ACTION APPROVED.

THE ALLOTMENT GARDENS AT CYFARTHFA.

MINERS OUT OF WORK FUND.

REV. MORGAN JENKINS, ABERCYNON,…

SOCIALISM AND THE CATHOLIC…

-.1 WELSH DISESTABLISHMENI

THE MEANING OF ESTABLISHMENT.

THE CHURCH AND ITS ENDOWMENTS.

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