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Barry and Cadoxton Local Board Election, 1893. TO THE ELECTORS OF THE EAST WARD. "——— LADIES AND GENTLEMEN— JL Being a Native of Cadoxton, and well known to nearly ail the Voters in the East Ward, the Barry and District Trades' Council, and numerous influential ratepayers, have made an earnest appeal to me to become a Candidate at the forthcoming Local Board Election. Having the interest of the district at heart, I have no hesitation in yielding to their wishes and placing my services at the disposal of the ratepayers. If honoured with your confidence, it will be my endeavour to see that the Resolutions of the Trades' Council, as adopted by the Local Board, are carried out, and that preference should, where all things are equal, be given to Local Tradesmen, in erder that money earned in the district may be spent there also, Cardiff heretofore, in my opinion, having had an undue proportion. Being a Practical Mechanic, I should endeavour to see that all Specifications of Works let by the Board are strictly adhered to. The Gas and Water Undertakings being about to came under the jurisdiction of the Board, I should endeavour to have the Quality of both Gas and Water Improved. If practicable, I should be in favour of Munici- palising all Work under the Board. Knowing that undue influence has been brought •fc# bear upon Voters at previous Local Board Elections, I would render all assistance in Peti- tioning Parliament to have all Elections conducted under the Ballot Act. On all important Public Contracts I would advocate the employment of at competent Clerk of the Works. Trusting that you will deem worthy of your support, I remain, Ladies and Gentlemen, Your obedient Servant, GILEAD BROCK. No. 97, Moral-street, Cadoxton, 7 March 21st, 1893. _h

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THE LOCAL BOARD ELECTION.

LOCAL NOTES.

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AUNT MARIA?S DIARY OF THE…

J. E. JONES, DISPENSING CHEMIST

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