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KIDWELLY COUNTY COUNCIL ELECTION.

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COUNTY COUNCILS. CARMARTHENSHIRE. The following is a list of the gentlemen forming the new County Council for Carmarthenshire Abergwilly-Mr John Lloyd, farmer, L N. Bettiva-Mr W N Jones, auctioneer, L N. Carmarthen East, Upper-Mr J Thomas, faimer, L N. Carmarthen East, Lower-Mr T Jenkins, merchant, L N. Carmarthen West, Upper- Profeaiior D E Jones, L N. Carmarthen West, Lower-Mr James John, C C. Cayo-Colonel Hills-Jobnes, C C. Oenartb-Mr Jeremiah, L N. Cilyowm-Tbe Rey T Evanl, clerk in Holy Orders, L C. I Conwil-Mr T Jones, farmer, L N. KidwellyâMr Holmes Stead, C 0. LlanartbneyâMr H J Davies, farmer, L N. i,laiiboidy-Mr Thomaii Evans, L N. Llandebie-Mr H Herbert, L N. Llandiio Roral-Mr W Jones, LU N. Llandi!o Urban-Mr J Gwynne Hughes, L C. LlandoveryâMr W P Jeffreys, C C. Llaoegwad-Mr H J Thomas, farmer, L N. LIsDedy-Mr J L Thomas, L N. LlanellyâDivision 1 Mr W J Wilson, estate agent, c C. LlanellY- Division 2: Mr J Maybery, tin-plate maker, L N. LlaneilY-Divfaion 3: Mr Ernest Trobshaw, tin-plate maker, C C. LianellY -Division 4: Rev T Johns, L N. Llanelly- Division 5: Mr D C Parry, grocer, L N. Lliknelly -Division 6: Mr Thos Phillips, L N. Llenelly- Division 7: Mr Thos Jones, L N. LlanellyâDivision 8: Mr J Williams, timber merchant, L N. Llaoelly-Berwick: Mr 0 Bonville, LN. LlaoeIly-Henloed: Mr D John, brewer, L N. Llanelly-Welltfa and Glyn Mr Thomas Jenkins, L N. L.angadock Mr T Hopkins, L N. Llftngeler-Mr T Thomas, 0 0. L'augeudeirneâMr W Harris, farmer, L N. Llaogenoeob-Mr John Thomas, tin-plate manager, L N. Liangunnor- Mr 0 E Morris, solicitor, L C. Llaonoo-Hey W Evans, L N. Llaosawel-Sir J H W Drummond, Bart., C C. LUnatephao â Mr John Johns, farmer, L N. Llanfihangel-Aberb,tbicb- Viscouot Emlyn, C 0. Llanfib angel- or- arth-Mr T Rees Jones, C C. Llanybyther-Mr J Rees, L N. Lqugbarne-Mr J D Morse, farmer, L N. MothveyâMr J W Jones, barrister, L C. Pembrey NorthâMr W 3 Marsh, C C. Pembrey SoothâMr W J Baokley. LU C. Quarter Bdob-Dr H Rees, L N. tthydowmeran-Mr J J Davies, L N. St ClearsâMr John Williams, L N. St Ishmael'sâMr J L Thomas, farmer, L N. Trelech-Mr J Pbillips, L N. Whitlatid-Rew W Thomas, L N. Of the above 15 are described as Churchmen, and 36 as Nonconformists; 12 are Conservatives, and 38 Libert Is. CARDIGANSHIRE. I The County Council elections took place in Cardigan- shire on Friday. At Cardigan a Liberal Unionist, Mr Morgan Richardson, beat the old Liberal member, Mr James Stephens, in the South Ward of the borough by a mijority of 74, which is more than one-fifth the number of electors polled. Mr Morgan Riohardson contested on Independent principles, while his opponent was recognised as a thorough Liberal. At the same time, it is nor, altogether a party triumpb, for the victor is a very popular man, and one who does a great deal of good, not only at Cardigan, but all over the district. The excitement throughout the day was very great. As late as twenty minutes to nine, a short time before the declaration of the poll, a bet of 1,000 to I on Stephens was offered by one exoited individual. A grand torchlight procession had been arranged to escort Mr Stephens home, but at ten minutes to nine the tables were completely turned by the Mayor (in whose firm Mr 8tephn. is a partner) declaring the poll as follow8 Morgan Richardson, C U 200 S(ephono, R N 126 Unionist majority. 74 When the actual state of affairs was grasped the cheer. ing was enthusiastic in the extreme. Mr Morgan Rtehardson was at once chaired through the town, and a carriage being obtained, he was dragged round i. triumph the oftond time. The electors were thanked at the Guild-hall. Bridgend, and from the windows of the Prince of Wales Inn. The church bells rang merry peals, and everything was done to celebrate the viotory in a suitable manner. The result is the gain of a seat for the Unionists. Aberporth Dititriot- Mr Joshoa Hughes, N L. Llangoedmore Dittrict-Mr D S Jones, N L. Llaodugwydd Dist riet- Colonel J R Howell, 0 0. Cardigan, North Ward-Rev J Williams, N L. i Llandyssol, Soatb-Mr C L'oyd, J.P., Waonifor, C C, 198 Mr B Jones, The Shop, N L, 176; majority, 22. Conservative gain. Llandyssul, North-Mr Daniel Evans, Porth, L N, 147 Mr W Jones, Gelliaor, L N, 80; majority, 67. Representation oncbaniied. Penbryn-Dr Eoooh Davies, Brynteifi, L N. Repre- sentation oncbanged. Mr Owen, Plas, withdrew. Tregaron-Mr DI J Williams, J.P., farmer, N L, 195; Mr William Rees, farmer, 0 L, 82; majority, 113. Lianddewl-brefl-Hr David Davies, L N, 139; Mr Rees Price, C C, 99 majcrity, 40. Liberal gaio. Llangeitbo- Mr John Rowlands, L N, defeated Mr John Homrhrey Davies, L N, by twelve votes. Liberal gain. Nentownlie-Ur Jeokin Howells, C C, defeated Mr David Teifi Jones, L N, by t-tn votes. Strata Florida- Ur Joho Richards, L N. Lledrod-Mr David Jenkins, L N. Aberarth-Mr E Lima Jones, N L, 147; Mr J T Evans, N L, 72 majority 75. AberayronâRev J M Howell, N L, old member, returned unopposed. Llsoortb-Mr Morgan Evans, Oakford, N L, the old member, moopposed. LIRnhir-Mr J Watkin Davies, 0 L, 129; Mr H Tobit Evans, N LU, 124 majority, 5. Liberal gain. Cilcennin-Mr John Jones, Tirbacb, N L, 136; Mr Evan Felix, farmer, N 0, 95; majority, 41. Repre- sentatiou oacbangfd. Aberystwiih, Ward l.-Mr W H Jonep, I, 148; Mr J P Thomas, L, 116; majority, 32. Ward 3.-Mr Robert Ellis, L, 148; Dp Boddocg. C, 111 5 I. Ward 4.-Alderman C M Williams, L, 165 Captain Doughton, I, 95; majority, 70. PEMBROKESHIRE. T- -.L -1. .La. iu UU" nttttt wcon s report 01 i-ce result or line uounty Council election the division of Carew by ioadvertenoe was omitted. Mr F Lort Phillips, Lawrenny, was returned by a good majority. Mr J V Colby was was retarned without opposition for Kilgerran.

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