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ITO-DAY'S POLLINGS.

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FERNDALE SLIDING-SCALE AWARD.

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LOCAL COMMISSIONS.

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SIR CHARLES DILKE IN THE WITNESS-BOX.…

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WEST CARMARTHEN. TRIUMPHANT RETURN OF THE MINISTERIAL CANDIDATE, The counting of the votes for the West Division of Carmarthenshire commenced at ten o'clock on Friday morning, aud the result was declared at 1 T.C\ #1D f,.tl„w« • — no J"J,.AV" Mr W. R. H. Powell GL 4181 Sir J. C. Lawrence U L 1916 Ministerial maioritv 2265 I There were 41 spoiled votes. ( After the declaration of the poll, Mr W. 11. H. POWELL, M.P., addressed the crowd from the steps of the ShirehalJ. He ex- pressed his gratification that his past services should have met with their approval. They had given him an unprecedented and quite unexpected majority. As to the Conservative party they had no doubt acted conscientiously, and he re- joiced that they were advancing so rapidly in the steps of Liberalism, for they had on that occasion not hesitated to support a Nonconformist and a Liberationist. (Laughter and applause.) He should go back to Parliament, not as a delegate, but as representing the views and feelings of the Liberal electors of that division, and supporting in every possible way the policy of the Grand Old Man. (Cheers.) In 1885 the numbers were:—W. R, H. Powell (L), 4,566; Viscount Emlyn (C), 2,940 majority, 1,626.

POLLS DECLARED YESTERDAY.

STATE OF PARTIES.

SIR JOHN JENKINS ON HIS POSITION.

FOREST OF DEAN ELECTION.

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