The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 29
Re-Arrangement of Branches
Re-Arrangement of Branches.
During the month of December the National Association of Carpenters and Joiners has joined this society in conformity with the conditions recently adopted by a vote of the members. Their admission has necessitated the opening of three new branches in Birmingham, and one in each of the following towns:—King's Norton, Nottingham, Sheffield, and West Bromwich. The members of the National Association in Derby have joined our Derby Branch, and the members of the South Shields local society have united with our South Shields Branch. The Llanelly Branch has been removed to Swansea, and will in the future be known as the Swansea Branch. The Pontypridd Branch has been temporarily removed to Cardiff in consequence of the very depressed state of trade in South Wales, but as it is not intended that the removal shall be a permanent one, the name of the Branch will remain unaltered. A second branch has been opened in Glasgow. The Canterbury Branch has been closed. Secretaries will oblige by noting the change in the numbers of their respective branches, and by attaching the correct number of the branch to all documents forwarded to the G.O. during the present year.