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I COUNTY COUNCIL -1 i ELECTIONS.:…

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I COUNTY COUNCIL 1 i ELECTIONS. SOME SURPRISES. LLANSAMLET LOST TO THE PROCRESSiVE FORCES. The Conservatives secured two gains from the Progressives in the elections on Satur- day for the Glamorgan County Council, 1 viz., in the Llansamlet and the Liandilo- Talybont Divisions. The Progressives suf- fered, the lose cof their seat Treforest, their candidate being defeated by the Indepen- dent; but, at Yfltalyfera the Progressive beat the old Labour member. The Labour candidate at Pontarriawe defeated the bide- pendent iu a three-cornered contest, while at Cwmavon the retiring Socialist candidate was vanquished by the Indepen- dent. Of the 66 councillors comprising the coun- cil 49 were returned unopposed, leaving' 17 itloefit-K to be contested. The reeulte of the election showed the following position: Unopposed. Contests. Progressive 35 10 Conservative 8. 5 independent 6 2 49 17 The constitution of the new council, ex- eluding the 22 aldermen, as compared with the old body is as bclt)w:- New CounciL Old Council. Progressives 45 45 Conservatives 13 11 Independents 8. 10 66 66 The alriermanic bench w composed of members of the same political faith, not a single seat being held by the Conservative party. RESULTS OF CONTESTS. I The results of Saturday's contests were as I follow r,r,ANSAMLET. A. T. Williams Wi. 767 'J W Johuson (pL. 361 Majority. 406 Conservative gain. LLA NDILO-TAL YBONT. E. M. Olason Dahne (C). 705 *Thos. Williams (P) 513 Majority. 192 Conservative gain. YSTALYFEKA. D. W. Davies (P) 636 *J. Griftithi .I 4130 Majority 156 Kadical gain from Labour. PONTARDAWE. I). D. Davies (Lab), 811 L. W. Francis (Ind) 376 T. Howells (!i), 153 Majority 435 Labour gain. THEFOHEST. David Williams (Ind.) 1240 *William Spicket (P.) 595 Majority. 645 Independent sain from Progressive. CWMAVON. Percy Jaoohe (ind.) 673 "Henry lJavies (Soc.) 591 Yajority 82 Independent gain from Socialist. BARRY DOCK. <James Jones (P.) 595 Elias Benjamin Smith Jones (P.) 365 Majority 230 >io change. DLNA8 POWIS. "OtiYcr Henry Jones (C.). 654 David Richard Morgan (P.) 364 -Maiorit.v 290 No change. DULAIS VALLEY. "Daniel Dauiol (P.) 932 George Jones (Lab.) 320 Majority. 612 No change. OOWEB. *G. E. (11, 6GB W. H. Davies (Lab.) 366 Majoi,ity 242 No change. LOUGROR AND PEDERRY. *John GlasbrooK (C.) 1145 Wm Lloyd (Lab.) 202 Majority 943 No change. MAESTEG: C A ERA U WARD. J, Evens (Lab.) 822 Rey. B. Tiiumas (P.) 438 Majurity 384 No chalige. roKTIICA WL, *Pi«v. W. J. Phillipo (P ) 634 J. C. Coath (C.) 374 Ma ority 260 No chflrigo. SKLTTY. â¢Ber. John Da.vies (P.) 505 Wm. John Morgan (Lab.) 283 Majority. 222 No change. SWANSEA VALLEY. *D. T. WilLiams (lab.) 1047 J. Arnold (P.) 407 Majority 640 No cllayige. I REALAW. D, C. Evans :P.) 537 Wm. dOiALl (Lab.) 47 ,Y,ajority 540 No change. VALE OE NEATH. *Col. J. Edwards-Vaughan (C.) 960 Dr. Pritcharu (P.) 926 Majority 34 No change. I CARMARTHENSHIRE I There were fourteen contests on Saturday in connection with the Carmarthenshire County Council elections, ajid they resulted in the return of seven Progressives, five I COlli3CrvatiYe3, and two Labour members. The Conservatives gained three seats, viz., in Carmarthen West (Lower Division). Cily- CWID, and Laugharne, and lost two. Among the 39 unopposed returns 29 were Progres- sives, eight Conservatives, and two Labour. The following is the constitution of the new and the old councils:â New Council. Old Council. Aid. Coun. Aid. Couu. Progressives 13 36 13 40 Conservatives. 1 13 1 12 I.abour 4 i Total 14 53 14 53 There are 17 aldermen on the Council, but 1 three Progressive aldermen have died, and their seats are all vacant. THE CONTESTS. The following are the results, of the four- teen divisions polled en Saturday:â CARMARTHEN, WESTERN WARD, LOWER I DIVISION. H. ]- C.) j52 Jolm U.\v:-i (11.) 136 .M j'' r ¡ ¡ y JO C\: Lkf[\ i\.ti HI ¡;;UU. CILYCWM. J. Campbel-l-Davys (C.) 246 Daniel Lewis (P.) 99 Majorily 147 Conservative gain. LAUGHARNE. W. H. Dempster (C.) 22J T. S. K. Morse (P.) 184 Majority 39 Conservative gain. PEMBREY, SOUTH. Dr. J. H. Williams (Lab.) 390 'G, E. Bowen (U.) I. 202 Majority. 188 Labour gain. Will TLA ND. William Thomas (P.) 228 *Dr. R. L. Thomas (Ij 184 Majority 44 Progressive gRiU from Ind. CARMARTHEN, WESTERN WARD, UPPER DIVISION. *H. E. Blag(l<)n Richards (P). 268 John Crossman (Cl 243 I,Tajority 25 No change. BERWICK HAMLET DIVISION. David Hughes (L), 299 David Harry (L) 289 -Afaiority 10 No poTftlcal change. 3BETTW8. 'Tom Morris (la.b) 503 Henry Folland (P) 285 Arthur Williams (P). 12 Majority 218 No change. CENARTH. *John Lewis (p) 261 ( David Evans (C)" 23T Majority" 30 No change. LLAN GEN DElBNE. *Rev. R. U, Jones (11) 273 Rev. Beu Morris (P). 238 Majority. 35 No change. LLANGELEE. "William Lewis (C) 360 Rev. E. T. Owen (1)). 320 Majority. 40 No change. LLANYBYTHER AND LLANLLWNI. Thomas Jones (P) 334 Dr. E. Jones (P), 240 Afajority 94 No change. LLANFIH A NGEL-AE-ARTH. *T. R. Jones (C). 261 Ben Rees (P), 170 Majority. 91 No change. PEMBREY, NORTH. â¦Rev. J. H. Rees (H). 3C2 Duvid Evau ¡p). 227 W. Bassett (U) 184 Majority 75 CARDIGANSHIRE. The following results were declared on Saturday of the contests for seats on the Cardiganshire County Council. Out of the seven polls the Conservative gained two seats and tll? Progre6si vcs one. STRATA FLORIDA. Dr. Morgan (C.) 152 *David Jenkins (P.) 103 Majority 49 Conservative gain. LLA N I LAR. E.J.E'ana (P..). 140 Isaac Jones (P.) 103 Majority 37 No change. LLAXRHYSTYD. David Davies (P.7 148 *D. Morgan James (C.) 120 Majority 28 Progressive gain. LLAN ON. Eva.n Morris Jones (P.) 119 Evan Morgan (C.) 115 Majority. 4 No change. AERON. J. M. Ilowell (P.) 159 Thomas Jenkins (P.) 144 .1rejort,v 15 No change. LLAN FAIR. Joseph Evans (C.) 149 John Waiter Davi'es (P.) 133 Majority 16 Conservative gain. LUANWNEN. David Evans (P.) 98 John Jones (P.) 92 Majority. 6 No change. A rt:RPO&TH. B. T. Davies çr,) 118 J. Williams (P.) 80 Majority 38 Conservative gain. LLAN Git ANOG. C. Evane (P.) 100 T. Jones (P.) 63 Majority 37 No change. I RADNORSHIRE. I I In the fight on Saturday the Conserva- tives gained two seats and lost none. The position is as follows regarding the coun- I cillors :â New Council. Old Council. I Councillors. Councillors. Conservatives. 14 12 Progressives. 10 12 Con. maj 4 The following arc the results of the con- tests BUGEILDY. T. Harries (C.) 93 Richard Price (P.) 68 Majority 25 Conservative gain. GLASBURY. W. Mortimer Baylie (C.) 88 Hugh Price (P.) 72 Majority. 16 No change. LLANBADARN FYNYDD. John Evans (C.) 72 G. T. Rees (P.) 61 :Majority, 11 LLANBISTER. A. T. Mainer (P ) 122 Capt. the Hon. W. Walsh (C.) 94 Majority. 28 No change. NORTON. A. Green Price (C.) 64 T. Archer Price (P.) "OA" 47 Majority 17 No change. PRESTEIGN. Rev. H. N. Kenley (C.) 120 H. J. Suparey (P.) 118 Majority. 2 No change. SOUTHARMON. R. Hughes (P,) 70 E. P. Jones (C.) 57 Majority. 13 No change.

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