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LLANDOUGH AND COGAN SCHOOL BOARD. POLLING FOR THE TRIENNIAL ELECTION. The polling for the triennial election of the Llandough and Cogan U.D. School Board took place on Friday last at Cogan Board School, Mr A. J. Harris, clerk to the Cardiff Board of Guardians, being the returning-officer. There were five seats to be filled, and seven candidates went to the poll. The result was declared in the evening as follows:- ELECTED. Rev F. E. Williams, M.A., South Bank, Windsor-road, curate of Cogan 445 Mr W. L. Morris, Compton House, Stan- well-road, Penarth, builder 359 Mr E. B. Riley, 49, Pill-street, Cogan, builder 248 Mr J. F. Proud, 126, Plassey-street, Penarth, plumber 228 Mr J. Pavey, 22, Pill-street, Cogan, machinist (old member) 220 NON-KLECTED. Mr R. Price, 21, Pill-street, Cogan, boiler- maker. 164 Mr C. Jolliife, 84, Windsur-road, Penarth, stationmaster. 118 The polling during the afternoon was quietly, but steadily, conducted, the only tendency towards a rush being between six and eight o'clock, when the working-men came up to poll, but towards dusk a good deal of healthy public excitement was evinced as to the prospective result. There were comparatively few spoilt votes. One of these was a plumper recorded in favour of the Rev Frank Williams, but inasmuch as the paper bore the signature of the voter it was declared void. Upon the result of the poll being. declared by the returning officer hearty cheers were given for the successful candidates, the demonstration being continued as each gentleman in order of election addressed the crowd outside the schools. Thanking the ratepayers for their support, Mr Williams declared it was his intention not to serve a clique, but the entire interests of Cogan. (Cheers.) Mr Pavey remarked that he had been elected for the third time in spite of enormous opposition and uncalled for accusations. Nothing, he added, would deter him from con- tinuing to do his duty. (Cheers.)-It may be added that Mr F. W. Ensor, solicitor, Windsor- road, Cogan, had also been nominated, but with- drew before going to the poll.

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