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t^UNCIL ELECTIONS. URBAN U « # Candidates. List of Local » —^ the Burry The following are noirt*<feSt&? Henry Port Urban Council: tt; Charles, Piemoorton-a,YeDuè, alo&yStoW *John Rees Griffiths, Caehel'ig,- Cartel > *Thomas Griffiths. J.P., Glanmor, »4ial- ittW- chant; James Evans, Elm Cottage, «a¥]Hrt- U r; Edw ard Stanley Daniel, Kenro6, plater; John Rowlands. Brynygroes, coal' merchant; Francis John Evans, Gorse-road, shipbroker; John G. Findley, Elkington- ioad, accountant; William Howell, Field House, shipbroker; *Richard Thomas Ham- mond, Pemberton-avenue, shipbroker. (*Old members.) NEATH URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL Glynoorrwg Ward (One Seat).-W. R. John, checkweigher, R- "William Lewis, grocer, R. *WTi:iliam Mathias, puhlicam, R. Cymmer Ward (One Seat).—Robert Gibb, mines manager, C. *Wii!iam Jenkins, check- weigher, R Abergwynfi Ward (Two Seats).-W. H. Brown, publican, C. David Davies, publi- can, C. *haac Davies, schoolmaster, R *J. G. Thomas, mining engineer, C. NEATH UNION-GUARDLINS. Abei-avon (Three Seat,).Llew Howed, colliery proprietor, R.; Charles Jones, gentle- man, R.; *D. E. Jones, solicitor, R.; *H. Walsh, ironmonger, R.; J. H. Williams, sur- geon, C. Briton Ferry (Three Sl'ats).H. Hughes, Nonconformist minister. R. *W. D. Jones, clothier, R.; *M. J. Roberts, merchant, C. (unopposed). Glyncorrwg (Three Seats).—* Darnel Evains, mining engineer, R. *H.ee.s Jenkais, gentle- man, C. "'John- Morgan, farmer, R. (ua.op- posed). Margam-Central Ward (Oue Seat).—*J».s. Preston, merchant, C. (unopposed).—East Wand (One Seat): T. P. Williamson,, yica-, C. (unopposed).—-Nort'ii Ward (One feeat* ) Wm. Thomas, farmer, R.; John Thomas, contractor, R.—West Ward (One Seat): *D. R. David, tinplater manufacturer, (J. John Phillips, woollen manufacturer, R. Hwytl Thomas, Nonconformist minister, R. Neath (Four Seats).—Edward Davies, gentleman, R. Evan Evans, retired head- constable, R. *Hopkin Jones, ironmonger, C. "J. W. Thomas, physician, R. W. B. Trick, auctioneer, Ind. NEATH RURAL COUNCIL NOMINA- TIONS. Baglan Higher (One Seat).—W. H. David, solicitor, C. *John John, colliery proprietor, R.; Giles Jones, colliery manager, R. Baglan Lower (One Seat).—*C. V. Pegge, solicitor, C. (unopposed). Blaengwrach (One beat)—Wm. Davids, auctioneer, C. E. L. Llewelyn, farmer, 'J C. E. Price, engineer, C. Daniel Rees, min- ing engineer, R- j M. 0. Spencer, land agent-, C. Blaenhonddaa (Three Seats)— *E. E. Bevan, colliery proprietor, C. ttEdwarJ I Davies. merchant, R.; Llew D. Howell, gro- cer, R. *A. T. Williams, estate agent, 0. Clyne (One Seat).—*W. R. Evans, gentle- man, R. S. L. Jones, colliery proprietor, R. Coedparc (Taree Seats).—William Howell, sculptor, R. *L. Jones, surgeon, C. —. Lewis, farmer, R.; Mlartyn, farmer, R. Dutfryn Qydach (Two Seats).—T. C. Lloyd, accountant, R. *J. H. Moore, gentle- man, C., Thomas Williams, metal merchant, p 1 Dylais Higher (Two Seats).— ^William Daniel, farmer, R.; 'Richard Davies, farmer, R. Wm. Prosser, draper, R. re Dylais Lower (One Seat). *W. H. David, fioli i.tor, C.; John Godbett, gentleman,, Po. J. B. G. Price, solictor, V. A. T. Williams, silicitor, C. LLANTWTT LOWER. Melyn Ward (Two Seats).—*»A. y. Gardner iron founder, C. *E. Law, financier, Ind Richard H. Snook, merchant, R. W. a. Trick, auctioneer, Ind. Tonna Ward (One Seat).—*Wm. Jones, gentleman. C. (unopposed). Mic-haelston Higher (One Seat). •Jen-kin Miles Jenkins, agent, R. *Thos. Jenkins grocer, R. Michaelston Lower (Three Seats).—.Dav'd Daniel, butcher, R. *S. B. Davies, draper, C.; B. A. Griffiths, draper, R. *G. 0. Jen- kins, publican, C.; *David Thomas, cashi^ R f t Neath Higher (Two Seats).-R. M. Dav, auctioneer, !C. G. Eveleigh, accountant, C. *E. J. Hopkins, grocer, R. J. H. Jones', publican, R. 'Thomas Williams, school- master, R. Neath Lower (One Seat).—*W. H. David, solicitor, C. A. T. Williams, estate agent' C. Re.'oivctt (Two Seats). *W. H. David, soli- citor, C. *W. N. Jones, colliery manager R. *J. E. Vaughan. gentleman, C.; W l! Williams, estate agent, C. Ystradfallte (Two Seats). R. M. Da auctioneer, C. J. H. Jonus, publican, R James Matthews, C.; David Vaughan, far- m<?r ♦ H» POSITION AT LLANDOVERY. Tlio following are the nominations for Llandovery District Council and Guard- ians: l Tt Unopposed returns. Llandmga.t (one seat), *J. C. Vaughan-Pryse-Rice, Llwyny- brain. Cilycwm (two seats), 'IticLrd Campbell-Davys and David Morgan. Llall- sadwrn (two .seats), Rees Lewis and *Thos. Williams.. Llanwrda (one seat), *J. Bishop. Mothvey (two scats), -Uavid Davies and Evan Price Lewis. COlltests.-Conwil Cjio (four seats), Jon- athan EvaM, "Thomas Evans, *Wm. Evans, Rev. Henry Lloyd, Isaac Williams. Llanga- dock (four seats), Wm Davies, *Tud ,r Lewis, "'E. Prvse-Lloyd, J. W. Joseph, Dd. Griffiths, J. G. Harries. Llandeusaint (two seats), John Davies, Evans, Dan Thomas. Llanfairarbryn (t hree seats), Evan Davies, James Rees, Daniel -Lewis, and Geo. 'Guardians (Only).—Llandingat (within): T G. Davies, Thomas Phillips, Henry Al- fred ThonMS, 'Richard Thomas, TliJcmas Watk AT MAWR PARISH. The following were the nominations fit Velmdre for Mawr Parish Council for nine seats :-Gecrge. Jenkins, Tymawr; Da7'd Bevan, riaencilU; J(>™ Roberts, Cein- myddfa Mohn Hopkm, Penvhdisaf #Davul Jon.es, Velmdre (late chairman); Thos. Jones, Mill, Velindre; Noah BevMi', Mydfifa Farm Owen Bevan, Rhydygellifawr; David Gellvcwm; Samuel R-ees, GellygAvmisaf; Mohn Thomas, Uwynp eno; *Evan Be l Hafo-1 Las, Wilham Jenkins, Maestimawr. roid members). Me^rs. Wm. Jenkins, S. Rees, T. Jones a-nd N. Bevan withdrew +o avoid a contest. NOMINATIONS FOR THE GOWER UNION. For the forthcoming election cf Guardians and District Councillors in the Gower Union nominations are as follows. Oyster-mouth (seven seatsO Richard Re- ran, builder; 'Robert H. Mom,, butcher *R WTcollacott, farmer; ihomas Davus, Baptist miniver H Davies, fruitererj_Jno. Gwynne, butcher; J. Harris, estate agent; Thomas Kneith, Casweli, gsntjeman; Geo. Tucker, retired master marinei A. C. Vi- vian, gentlennn. Bishopston (two seats), G. E. Greening, fontra.et jr, Killay J. Morris, farmer, Mans- Celd J. Taylor, Norway. Brynau (one seat), Wm. Graham Vivian, Clyne Castle. Cheriton and Llanmadoc (one seat), J. Hol- land. farmer. Ilston (one seat), Rev. J. V. Roberts, clerk in holy orders. Knelston and Reynoldston (one seat), H. Bevan, farmer; D. Williams, gentleman. Llandewi and Port Eynon (one seat), Chas. Bevan, farmer; Hupkin LI. Pritchard, estate- agent, Pemuaen. L'angennitn (one seat/, MILUIIU ueynon, farmer. Buirvs Green. Llanrhidian Higher and Penclawdd Wa.rd I three seats). J. Fry. builder; Geo. E. Cior- don, mining engineer; Morgan ilorgans, grocer; Griffith Thomas, farmer and build- er J. Thomas, minister of the gospel; J. Tucker, coal miner. Three Crosses Ward (three sents), D. Davies, coal miner; 1) Francis, butcher ;D Rees, fanner; D. H. Williams, schoolmaster. Llanrhidian Lawer (one seat), Cornelius Gorden, farmer. Nichols!on and Penmaen (one scat), No valid nomimtion. Penna-rd (one seat), J. Tucker, farmer, Hotton. Ithossili (one seat). W. Richards, mason. PONTARDAWF'S CHAMPIONS. 1 [-e following have been nominated for th-> several wards :— Cae-gurwe-.n- Ward (Four Seats).— D. M. Davies, William HaigraveSj Thos. Howells, W< Iter Huxley, John James, Morgan James, Samuel Jenkins aud John R.ees. Y'nisymond (One Seat).—John Jordan. C'ydach Ward (Three Seats).—T. V. Evan^ JOLrl1 Jenkins, David John, Dr. John Jones, i L-omas Jones, W. J. P. Player, Daviki Rees :]I).Q. Evtn Wit,]; Yflo. '0'rsh of Cilybebyll (Three Seats).—D. F lewis. Herbert Lloyd, David James, Mforgaai -ne.s, Daniel Thomas (Gellynydd). uvgrucr (Five Seats).—David Hopkiin, R. -on, Thomas Morgan, H. J. Powell, S. David Hopkin, D. W. Davies, h. f" Par>> ''ees, and David Evans. W feajcheil ^'eats).—Rev. T. J. Jenkins, "() Heni^' Thomas. D. W J^hn anJ* A ('l illT€ie Seats).—Wm. Blaenege1! Tlioma^ Rees, J. E. Jones, L W, JaniOs> L. tl. flames, John Bdwv „6 Lew is amd Thoma« FOR WAUX1- NEW CANDIDATK rj ARLWYI>, on ReT. S. J. Davies. of -the D:s- Thnr.^ay, received from tfw cfev ,e nomina. tr>ct Council an intimation that EV m.e jia<j tioi.»s rxf the rev. gentleman's camlid&v been rtgistered. SEATH (4 SEATS).—NO CONTEST, The nominees for Neath were Messrs. Ersri Evans, ex-heald constable; W. B. TTiek, Ho-p- kin Jones (chairman), Edward Davies and Di% J. W. Thomas. Edward Davies, who also nominated for Blaenhonddan, tias with- drawn from Neath, where there will conse- quently be no contest. Aid. H. P. Charleo and the Rev. James Edwards, Nonconformist minister, two of the old members, did not /seek ie-election. The:r seats will, therefore, be taken- by Aid. W. B. Trick and Mr. Evan E'van-s. TNISYM0ND COUNCILLORS. The following nismonil parish counicillors have been elected: Messrs. Robert Kirk- house. R. Gomer Harris, John Haimphrevs, I Henry Thonvts sand Rees Evans.

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