Hide Articles List

26 articles on this Page

,pMORGANSHIRE ASSIZES. '.

C0URT-

OPTHALMIA AT ELY SCHOOLS.

. ANNUAL DINNER OF CARDIFF…

—.» EDUCATION AT LLANDRINDOD…

.. INSURANCE CASE AT MERTHYR.

Advertising

CARDIFF WATERWORKS.

.ST^ JOHN'S CHURCN. CARDIFF

CABDIFF CORPORATION OFFICALS.

. N.U.T. BAZAAR AT SWANSEA.

.---...,...---WINDSOR DOCK…

SOUTH GIATTGRCIIA^ CONSERVATISM.…

EAST GLAMORGAN CONSERVATIVE…

News
Cite
Share

EAST GLAMORGAN CON- SERVATIVE ASSOCIATION. The annual meeting of the East Glamorgan Central Executive Committee was held on Friday evening at the Constitutional Club, Pontypridd, Mr. L. Gordon Lennox, J.P. (the president of the association), occupying the chair.—The balance-sheet, which showed a clearance of the debt due last year, was adopted, on the motion of the Chairman.—Mr. Ja.mes Jeffreys, the principal agent, submitted his report, which showed that during the year he had visited all the towns and villages in the division, smoking concerts, OPEN-AAR meetings, and limelight lectures, as well as registration meetings, having been held. He had made 581 claims for owners, new lodgers, and servi.Ta voters, and as a result of overlooking the rate- books he had placed over 200 new owners on the list. Ha had had 448 successive votes placed on the register, and olaiined 581, 492 of whioh were on the new list. The register now numbered 14,692 electors, and haft increased 900 yearly the last two years, against 400 in the past.—The report was adopted. A pubho meeting was subsequently held in the large reading-room of the club, Mr. James Miles (Wattstown) occupying the chair, in the absence of Mr. Lennox. The Chair- man, in referring to the balance-sheet, eaid the position of the association reflected the highest credit upon the "wbipper-m," Mr. W. Jones-PowelL It was almost entirely through his instrumentality tha.t the East Gla- morgan Association held the proud position it did now. (Hear, hear.)—A hearty vote of thanks to Mr. L. Gordon Lennox, J.P., the president; Mr. L. Godfrey Clarke, U.P., Captain Lindsay, J.P., Dr. Morgan, Havod, and Captain Williams, vice-presidents, ard Mr. W. Jones-Powell, hon. secretary, was passed with acclamation.—Mr. W. Jones-Powell subse- quently proposed a hearty vote of thanks to Mr. Jeffreys.—Mr. James Miles said they would be wanting in credit and appreciation if they did not acknowledge the services of Mr. Jeffreye IN this division.—Mr. T L. Gordon- Lennox, J.P.. then took the chair, a.nd said he was perfectly satisfied with the progress made by Conservatism in the division by Mr. Jeffreys, who had held no less than 125 meetings in the constituency.—The motion was seconded by Mr. Samuel Lomas, and supported by Mr. Sc,.ton and others, and carried amid much acclama- tion.—Mr. Jefiieys, in replying, spoke of the great strides made by Conservatism in the Rhrmney Valley.—A vote of thanks to the chairman concluded the proceedings.

A CARDIFF BURGLAR AT BRISTOL.

Advertising

LICENSING QUESTION. I

------------------------MUMBLES…

CARDIFF CORPOIIATION AND THE…

SWANSEA COiRFORATIOX FINANCES.

. DOCTOR QUESTION AT MERTHYR.

Advertising

NEW RECTOR OF NEATH.

-----.----------NORTH WALES…

PENARTH MISSING GIRL,

ST. DAVID'S AFFILIATION CASE.