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A Fight for the Leadership.,

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A Fight for the Leadership. Who will gain the day. Mr Chamberlain or Mr Baliour ? is*the question of the hour. What will be the outcome of this unfortunate struggle ? is another question which might be asked. One thing appears almost certain: that neither will give way to the other. Mr Chamberlain's supporters say if he is not elected then his man, Mr Walter Long, should be given the position. Mr Balfour's friends, on the other hand, say if Mr Balfour is not appointed leader, then Mr Akers Douglas (his man) should be allowed to take the place. I am rather inclined to believe that the two sections of the party, when they meet, will rise to the occasion and settle the matter in a way which will disappoint Mr Chamberlain, and rob him ot his last chance to rule a party, viz., by electing the man who, although possibly for his party's sake has not declared himself explicitly on the fiscal question, is nevertheless a true Conservative at heart, and may be relied upon to do his best for his party. And it is very likely that the two sections of the party, when they meet, will unite in favour of electing Mr Balfour as by far the more reliable man.

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