Hide Articles List

14 articles on this Page

Advertising

TO CORRESPONDENTS.I

TRIENNIAL PARLIAMENTS.

Jocal Jutelligeuc*.

ABERDARE POLICE COURT.

Advertising

THE SUPERINTENDSBIP OF POLICE.!…

1BERDARE LOCAL BOARD OF HEALTH.

Advertising

GLAMORGAN COUNTY COUNCIL.

Detailed Lists, Results and Guides
Cite
Share

GLAMORGAN COUNTY COUNCIL. BYE-ELECTION AT MERTHYR. On Tuesday the election took place to fill the vacancy in thejrepresentation of Merthyr Town Ward on the Glamorganshire County Council, caused by the lamented death of Mr J. Jenkins (Liberal). The candidates were Mr Frank James, solicitor (Unionist), and Mr Joseph Williams, printer and publisher (Liberal). Considerable excitement prevailed. The result of the poll was declared on Tuesday night at 9.30 o'clock, by the returning officer (Mr T. L. White.) The figures were :—' Mr Frank James.(U) 1033 Mr Jos. Williams (L) 451 Majority. 582 The result was received with cheers. In celebration of Mr James's victory a torchlight procession was organised, and this, preceded by a band, marched in triumph through the streets. At the previous election Mr Jenkins headed the poll with 543 votes, Mr Frank James coming next with 510 votes, and Mr David Williams (Conservative) third, with 500 votes. Mr D. Williams retired from the recent contest in favour of Mr Frank James In the evening a trap, belonging to Mr Harrop, brewer, collided near the Blue Bell with another trap, the pro- perty of Mr Arthur P. James, a son of Mr Frank James. The voters seated in the vehicles were flung out into the roadway but were not much hurt.

MINERS' PERMANENT PROVIDENT…

SUPERINTENDENT THOMAS.

VALE OF MBATH RAILWAY.

Advertising