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1\ , HOW MID-DEV©H WAS WON,I

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1\ HOW WAS WON, TARIFF REFORM ORGANISER AT SWANSEA. REPLIES TO "TRIBUNE" EX- PLANATIONS. Mr. James Reid, of Bristol, who has just- returned from Mid-Devon, where he, had I the exceptional experiences already des- ¡ cribed in the Post," and who lectures at the Salisbury Club, Swansea, this (Tues- day) evening, is one of the foremost advo- cates in the -,ve;t;t of the principles of Tariff Reform, and in his opinion the surprising result of last Saturday was a victory for reason as against physical force. The regrettable features of the cam- paign," he told a "Daily Post" reporter on Tuesday, were the misrepresentations made by the official Liberal party with re- gard to the Tariff Reform proposals. If they misrepresented Mr. Chamberlain's pro- posals at the general election, they deceived and deluded the people on the same ques- tion through their literature at Mid-Devon. Mr. Carter, peeretary of the Free Trade Union, tried in Monday's "Tribune" to explain away Capt. Bell's victory by saying that Tariff Reformers blamed the present Government, for the increased price of bread, and repudiated the responsibility of the Government for the effects of weather and wheat crops, but what we said at Mid-Devon v as this We did not blame them for the bad weather, but did blame the Government for having a policy which did not tend to minimise the effects of bad weather and crops by increasing the culti- vation of wheat through preference in our colonies and indirectly in the Mother Country." "Mid-Devon," added Mr. Reid, "is the handwriting on the wall, and what hap-I pened there is going to happen in other 11 parts of the country. The British elector- ate ..re beginning to recognise that British trade must be protected in the interest of. British workmen, who are our citizens, and ¡ to whom we owe legislative responsibility."

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