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SWANSEA SCHOOL BOARD ELECTION. The rebalt of the polling for the election of the members to the Swansea School Board were made known on Monday, at noon, as follows ELECTED. W. F. Richards. Congregationalist 8,832 F. S. Bishop, Churchman 7,489 Henry Davies, Churchman 6,062 J. Naysmith, â 5,878 A. J. Parry, Baptist V24 W. S. Jenkins, Congregationalist, â¢â¢ ">676 R. D. Martin, â â¢â¢ M76 W. P. Williams, Baptist â¢â¢ â¢â¢ Edward Roberts, â Si987 J. W. Richards, Roman Catholic A.P.Wilson, â¢â¢ â¢â¢ £ 1^ J. Rosser, Congregationalist â¢â¢ Mrs Hisrginson, Unitarian *⢠T. Harris, Methodist â¢â¢ â¢â¢ William Williams, Methodist 2,777 NON-BLEOTED. E. J. Wolfe, Churchman? 2,274 J. J. Magrath, â 2,209 C. V. Crabbe, Wesleyan.. «⢠M 2,139 R. T. Reed 2,079 Dr. Walters, Churchman ⢠⢠£ ,048 G-. G. Sutherland, Presbyterian â¢â¢ J. Ivor Evans 1.533 T. Hall, Churchman 1,34A J. M. Davias 726 J. Lewis, Churchman 483 ri the Editor of the. SouTH. WALM DAILZ NIWS. SIB,âIn the list of successful candidates, just issued, the name of the. Kev. Wm.JWilliama^ of Argyle Chapel, stands last, or No. 15. I think, in fairness, a word of explanation is necessary. Mr Williams issued no cards and no address by which his number on the list might be known to the voters. The Rev. Win.* P. Williams's name was immediately above that of the former gentleman, hence a large number of gentlemen voted for the latter gentleman under the impression that they were voting for Mr Williams of Argyle Chapel. As a proof of this, many papers contained only votes for the Rev. W. P. Williams and Mr Harris, and the latter gentleman came out in conjunction with Mr Williams^ of Argyle. Again, several papers contasned 15 votes for Mr W. P. Williams, given in the lowef part of the town, where that gentleman was not known. Add to this the assertions of numerous voters wbo-discuvered their mistake too late, and it will be easily seen that were it not for this position of the names, the Rev. Wm. Williams, of Argyle Chapel, would have taken a higher position on the list of successful candidates.âI am, &c., J. Ie

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