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. SWANSEA TOWN.

WALES' FIRST M.P.

SWANSEA DISTRICT.

CARDIFF SPLENDID.

,The Close of the, Poti.

ICold-Roil Boys as Canvassers…

MONMOUTH BOROS.

IPE MBROKE BOR08.

CARMARTHEN BOROS.

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CARMARTHEN BOROS. POLLING DWINCJDENTS. Pofitng in the Carmarthen Boroughs tookplace on Wednesday. The motor-cars run on behalf of Mr Llewelyn Williams, the Liberal candi- date, were decorated with a profusion of blue, the -colour used by Liberals in West Wales, and huge Teddy Bears liberally decked in btoe ribbons swayed to and fro in front of tbe cars. The vehicles lent for Lord Tiverton, the Con- servative candidate, were gay with red. Keen interest was taken on both sides in the issue. The Carmarthen Liberals had been dis- appointed at the non-appearance of their can- didate in the streets, bat when he emerged from the Assize Court at 4.30 he was received with the utmost exuberance. He thankedhis supporters for their arduoos-labours, and left at clock for Llamelly. RESULT OF THE POlL Llewelyn Williams .L 4197 Lord Tiverton .C 1965 Liberal majority 2232

--4., FLINT BOROUGHS.

:Derby's Labour M.P.

Dundee's Record Vote.

. TRAP FOR THE WORKING CLASSES.

HIGH PRICES IN AMERICA.

SIR IEDWARD GREY. 'V

NORTH WALES VOTERS.

A DUTY ON CORN.

POmTS OF INTEREST.

THE POWERS OF MAGISTRATES.

KES%NS Of PROTECTtON.

PEMBROKE DOCK NONAGENARIAN.

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,NOTABLE EVENT AT ' LLAN6IB8Y.

MARCHIONESS OF BUTE'S BROTHER.

TO-DIG IN CASTLE DELL.

Obituary.

FAVOURED NATIONS.

WENT TO WELCOME HUSBAND,

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