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GLAMORGANSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL ELECTION. A welLatten^td^ff-VIS 'S ca-v»IQature. Morriston, in furthers. ^on Chapal. David Davis, J.P fo^ce °f th(; candidature of Mr. of the County Council T?*01^ 011 Electoral Divit oti by Mr. William WiUik⢠r £ Lwa3 abl^ °ccup^ who was supported bv nâri' ⢠^esygwernen H 11. facturers of the neighbourSL ^n-plate ma u- tants of the district.S ri, leading inhahi- remarks, alluded to his Imvi^1^11' °Pe?;i; £ desiring him to contestThereat reasons for withdrawing in favour m the event of an opposition to Mr r* v. 8' j SSSSG?-'S MR* a contest would b^ertS -M? b" P'ol"'biS upon, and on ri^ino- was then called Are,, lBf;s services to the eWw\âr,i; in offering his a man devoid 'f he dld "ot come before them as n.ariTT An ? experience, having for a period of bodies in Mpt+h k -a memijer °* almost all the publie i ejthyr, his native town. Mr. Davis then Government Ac^ WOrkin" of the new Local government of H! pointin £ out the changes in the wouKdont if,hef0UQtJ' and stated the course he TpSuse -Mr resumin? seat amidst Mn David P?wâ ^Chard hughes, J.P., proposed, and That till a x? seconded, the following resolution David Dav Ttln?'Lkvm? heard the views of Mr. represent the a and ProPer person to represent the Morriston Division on the Countv i!- p edges itself to do all in its power to secure his return at the forthcoming election TH« b& *ir' Connor Ma^n" MeS*. Davies Bowen' Llewellyn whom refprrp'r) f0 ?T ^ar S' DJ"f°dwS (both of in eui0^ fd to Â¥r;TT^1avis s Past career in Merthyr Lewis (m^ terms), William Jones, and Eev. William to the l°ld emPloye of Mr. Davis's).-On being put mously.âA nF' the resolution was carried unani- bv Mr. Dn of thanks to the Chairman, proposed Mae«Vglenp«1S'vaD ,sec°nded by Mr. David Thomas, meetings ever V"0 ,cf m?st enthusiastic THE fighV Morriston to a close. A manifesto lN TIKDtUNAW DIVISION. iQf j pAii^Urportins to come from the Tin- and Gfvp a," VP bp<^nS' district has been issred, and we have been asked to take some notice of its ofParLPOmt;- l ° 2UejContention is that no member \° i AS to his duties at St. Stephen's, afford fhoS a nght to expect, can possibly ?S,tlm,e an energy to attend to the duties of the aeai t y Councils as well. This is clearly pointed men W ^.Hussey \ivian, whose presence at Parlia- verv n dlvisi°ns (says the manifesto) have not been is numerous of late. The wnole tone of the document who waTfu °i tl16 candidature of Mr. Lllewelyn Davies, has ,e first man on the field and who says that he certainly dtvâfttend toiLthe heav-y dutie3 which y devolve upon the new Council. There w j NEath COUSTí COUNCIL ELECTION Neat"T\h^CounatvPpnteStt t^e representation oi h live been nominated ^ect.on. Three nar^s râ¢n Arr z-' Charles Evan Thou, >s, ril'.r Th dril Charks, Westfield, N-ath, solictor, Mi. Thomas poweil Brynhyfryd, Nenth, gentleman. Mr. Powell has issueil J a/dr/8S'and promised every attention to the cb-i^s of Neath He i« a gentleman of great intelligence Hnd has, what is more, sufficient time tll attend tothedu:ie<. Heis a Neath man and comes out under the au.ice-s f the Neath Liberal Association. In every respect hf is a i eligible candidate, and there is no doubt the iuteresxrt Neath wonldrecipvii every attention at his hands. ADDITIONAL NOMINATIONS. Our second page contains a .ss* ofNominatiotif. for several districts in Glam< T^an-hireâ . The following additions have since been receiver â ABERDARE TOWN (1).âDavid Pr.ce Davies, Ynyslwyd House, Aberdare, justice of the pe;,o- .âUnopposed. BRITON FERRY (1).âGeorge Heary Davey, Wood&ide, Briton Ferry, ironmaster; Willi..u; Hunter, Briton Ferry House, land and estate agent Xw £ DFRtNC âSamuel Thomas Evans, Ravensworth, Neath'f\?ir°ltor' ^oIlD Newall Moore, Longford Dourt, JNeath, Colliery proprietor. i Talle7,. (I)-âEvan Evans Bevau, Cadoxton- place, NtaJi, colliery prop,ietor; David Glyn Davits, Glyn Neath Congregational minuter; Morgan Stuart Williams, Aberpergwm House, Glyn Neath. GELLIGAER (1). Willirtm C slett Beddoe, Cefn Llwynai,J Gelligear, colliery manager; Henry Wm. Martin, Pantl road, Dowlais, mining engineer. NEATH (1).âCharles Evan Thowas, The Gnoll, Neath, solicitor; Tbom is Powell, Brynhyfryd, Neath, gentle man. PENYDARREN (1). â John Piews, The Cottage, Gwaelodygarth, ftlerthyr, solicitor; Thomas Williams! Gwaelodygnrth, Merthyr, gentleman. RESOLVEN (1). Rev. Walter Grffiths, B.D., Dulais prit Edward Plumme, Glyncorrwg, colliery pro-

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