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UOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS.…

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THE CONSERVATIVES AND MR H.…

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THE CONSERVATIVES AND MR H. G. ALLEN. A very representative meeting of the Conser- vative party at Milford Haven was held last Friday evening for the purpose of discussing what steps should be taken in view of the ap- proaching general election. The chair was taken by Mr W. R. Roberts, president of the local Conservative Association. In opening the proceedings, the Chairman fully explained the changed aspect of political affairs in the Pem- broke Boroughs, warmly eulogised the patriotic conduct of Mr H. G. Allen,and strongly recom- mended Conservatives to refrain from offering any oppositon to his re-election—Captain Mac- farlane, R.N., moved, and Mr John Rees, chairman of the Milford Improvement Commis sionners, seconded the following proposition :— That this meeting of Conservatives deprecates any opposition being offered to Mr Allen, M.P. at the forthcoming election in consideration of his patriotic vote against the second reading of the Government of Ireland Bill, provided he seeks re-election as a Unionist candidate- Colonel Esmonde-White, in supporting the proposition, made a stirring speech, and conclu- sively showed, by quoting from Lord Salisbury s address at St. James's-hall and Lord Ran- dolph Churchill's address at the dinner given to him by the City Conservative Club, that the Conservative party—as pre-eminently the national and patriotic party—would be aban- doning one of their most cherished principles by opposing Mr Allen's re-election under exist- j ing circumstances for the mere purpose of gain* ing a party triumph. The following also spoke in favour of the proposition -.—Messrs W. Davies, ¡ J. W. Wright, A. E. Baldwin, J. Collins, W. I Summons, T. Prickett. D. J. Smith, J.Mathias, Essex Thomas, W. Llewellyn, and J. James. [ The proposition, on being put to the meeting, was carried without a single dissentient.—Be- fore the meeting adjourned, it was thought ad- j. visable to take no further steps until the Liberal j Unionists of Milford Haven had formed a com- mittee for the purpose of promoting the can- | didature of Mr Allen.

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THE BIRTH PLACE AND PLACE…

MARRIAGE OF MR C. A. ALLEN…

JONES v. TOOTH AND OTHERS.

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JOTTINGS.

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■ST. MARY'S PRIORY CHURCH,…

THE IRISH QUESTION.

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