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THE OtWnSRAL ELECTION -0-

THE ANSWER.

EAST DENBIGHSHIRE.

iMr Hemmerde and Mr Neilson…

LIBERAL DEMONSTRATION AT RHOS.

THE EYE OF THE POLL.

POLLING DAY SCENES IN RHOS

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POLLING DAY SCENES IN RHOS Early on Tuesday the streets of Rhos showed signs of bustling activity. The Hafod miners were not working, and most of them were out early, enjoying their pipe in the morning air. The com- mittee rooms of the Liberal candidate were soon busy, every effort being made to whip up the voters to poll early. The Liberal colour was to be seen wherever one turned and posters were plastered on the walls of a large number of houses. The schoolboys were in their element, parading the streets with an effigy of the Conservative candidate, and singing at the top of their voices. By mid-day a large number of electors had registered their votes at the different polling booths. Rhos and Ponkey were going strong, and Pant was livening up. In the afternoon the traps and other vehicles became busy, rounds of cheers greeting the lame and the halt as they were driven to the poll. Shortly before the closing of the booths 1 Mr. Hemmerde, accompanied by Mrs. j Hemmerde, motored through Rhos, and j at vlii committee rooms. j The Liberal candidate made a trium- phant round of the booths, his appearance ¡ being greeted everywhere with ioud cheers When the polling booths were closed, the people paraded the streets. Market street and Hall street were nearly impass- able owing to the dense crowd. Every- thing, however, was of the most orderly kind, and the extra policemen drafted into the town had no disturbance to quell.

DECLARING THE RESULT.

Rhos and the Newspapers.

Rhos Young Liberal League.

RHOS.

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