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MEETING AT CRICCIRTH. [rUCM OUR OWN REPORTER.] On Tuesday night Mr Love Jones-Parry ad. drv :sed a crovvdel meeting at Cricceth, The weather up to the present had remained exceed- iugly mild and favourable for the campaign, but now R sudden change took place, and, though not to tha extent to irar the proceedings of the meeting at Oriccieth, did a deal to harm the enthusiasm in the streets. Mr Parry's reception Wk1 most welcome, and the general feeling was evidently in favour of the selected candidate. The meeting wai held in the Town Hall, and on the platform as supporters were Mr Pugh-Jones, Mr John. Edwards, mayor of Pwllheli; Mr Robert Jonefl, builder,Criccieth Mr Darbishire, chairman of the Liberal Association, and the Rev. John Owen Mr John Thomas Jones, Parciau, presided, and in opening the meeting remarked that first ct all he would move a vote of condolence with the late member's family. The vote was consequently put to the meeting and agreed upon unanimously. Rev. John Owen, M.A Oriccieth, proposed the following resolution :-«That this meeting desires to express entire confidence in Mr Gladstone s Ministry, and most thorough approval of hia policy in the past, of his actiens and speeches in the present session of Parliament, and of the measures proposed by him for the future. Mr W. Bennett Williams supported the resolu- tion, and Mr W. Jones, Portmadoc, seconded it, which, on being but to the meeting, was unani mousey carried. Mr Jones-Parry then addressed the meeting, <m.d t'ave them his assurance that he would be faithful in his support to the Ministry o f Mr Gladstone. They knew what he had done when ke wis in Parliament before, and he new promised to be as firm in his Liberalism as he ever was (cheers). He then went on to refer to the topics of tho day, dealing first with the question of edu- cation in the Principality, and said that he would support the proposed measura on that matter. He thee drew attention to the bankruptcy laws, whicu, he thought, required amending. Moving on t) the question of local option, he remarked that he had been misunderstood em this subject, but he now promised to vote for the measure (cheers). Also the land laws required to be ame dad. Being a landlord himself, and being also an good terms with his tenants, he had a right to ee j a few words on the matter. He would give any aieasure having for its object the furthering of tI; interests of the farmers his most cordial aupp rt. Mr Parry went on to deal with the q ltes on of the Cloture. Hehad been misrepresented on tl > question, too, and some people who did not want ( o support his candidature tried to prejudice the e ectors on this point. He hoped to be able to do al in his power to serve them faithfully in the Hoas; of Commons. Having done this he would not t -il ashamed to come before them again in tweh: months' time to re-seek their suffrages (prol< iged cheers). Mr Wm. Williams (Manchester House) then proposed the resolution That this meeting oonsi or Mr Jones Parry a fit and proper person to repre tut the Carnarvoushire Boiougtis in Parlia- ment Th was seconded by Mr Robert Jones, con- tract and supported by the Rev. E. Jones (Oarn -von), and on being put to the meeting was passe unanimously. Tht. meeting was further addressed by Mr Darb; lire and Mr Pugh-Jones, and after a vote of than! to the chairman, proposed by Mr Jones- Parry the proceedings terminated.






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