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MM. J. T. D. LLEWELYN S CANDIDATURE.

THE CANDIDATURE OF MR.I RANDELL.

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THE CANDIDATURE OF MR. I RANDELL. SERIOUS DIFFERENCES. I silt E. J. REED AND THE LABOUR I CANDIDATE. A WITHDRAWAL ADVISED. t On Wednesday a hastily-convened meeting of members of the Council and Executive of the Gower Radical Associationâwhich was understood to have been dissolved last weekâtook place at the Albert-hall, Swansea, to take into considera- tion the divided condition of the party. Alder- man Freeman was voted to the chair. Sir Eo J. Keed, M.P., attended. It appeared that a private meeting had been held on the previous day at the Mackworth Arms Hotel wben steps were taken with the object of obtaining concerted action amongst the Liberal party. Sir E. J. Reed counselled the withdrawal of Mr. Randell and the convening of a meeting for the purpose of selecting a candidate, fo this Mr. Kandell and his followers refused to accede. It was then suggested that all parties should uuitt with the'coinmon object of returning Mr. Randell, and the officials of the association, agreeing to the suggestion, decided to convene the meeting of Wed. nesday. Sir E. J. Reed explained to the meeting the position of affairs, and begged the Dlllrlbere to exercise a wise forbearance under the circum- stances. Ultimately it was decided, by a majority, to support Mr. Randell, and Mme of Uis gentleman present came forward to nominate that gentleman. The meeting, however, was a small one, being far less representative than even tlie previous one, the decisions of which were repudiated by the rank and file of the party. A RADICAl. FIASCO. I 1 wo meetings in support of Mr. Randell's can- didature were announced to take place on Wednes- day evening, the one at Llonsaiclet, four miles from SwanBea, and the other at Birchgrove, two miles beyond. From some inexplicable cause, neither blr. Randell nor mov of his leading sup- porters put in an appearance, with tlw result that the few who had gathered together, alter visiting all the chapels in the district, returned to their homes cold and miserable, loudly complaining of tile treatment to which they had been subjected.

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