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PEMBROKESHIRE SLATE QUARRIES.

THE COUNTY COUNCILS.I

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THE COUNTY COUNCILS. PKMBROKE DOCK. On Friday the election took place of a member of the county council for the Pembroke Dock electoral Division, to fill the vacancy caused by the elevation of Mr W. E. Secombe, mayor, to be aldeiman. There were three candidates, viz., Mr Thomas George Sec- combe (Liberal), retired Dockyard Officer; Mr William Henry Gibby (Conservative) hotel-keeper and Mr Albert Edward Owen (Liberal) hairdresser. The contest, which was fought on political lines, created great interest in the town. The poll was de-, clared shortly after half-paet nine, as follows. Seccombe Gibby 587 Owen 27 Majority over. Mr Gibby 164 Majority for Mr Owen 724 ST. INHMABL S. # The by-election in St. Ishmael s Division took place on Friday in St. Ishmael's parochial schoolroom. Two candidates were nominated for the vacancy- created by the election of the Right Hon. Lord Ken- sington as an alderman viz., Mr James Thomas (Liberal), of Philbeacb, and Mr John George (Liberal) of Jffa-guard. Both candidates being Liberals, the contest was decided on purely personal grounds. At nine p.m. the result of the poll was declared as follows Mr J. Thomas 173 Mr J. George 66 1 Majority for Mr Thomas.. 107 Mr W. R. Devereux was deputy returning-officer, and Mr William Jones, the presiding officer. After the poll was declared Mr Thomas was shouldered by thejerowd, and conveyed to a dog-cart not far away. In this he was drawn triumphantly through the village of Marloes, and from thence to his home. On Saturday evening Marloes was quite gay with the illuminations which shone from every house in the village.

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