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THE CARNARVON ALDERMANIC "ELECTION.

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THE CARNARVON ALDERMANIC ELECTION. fTO THE EDITOR OF THE OBSERVER AND EXPRESS."] gIR>_The second letter of Mr John Jones makes two things pretty clear 1 That the substitution of three Liberal alder- men for three Tory aldermen could not have come ut)on him as a surprise," because he now admits having been told by me that "unless he and Mr Bees supported the Liberal nominee for the mayoralty, it was the intention to throw the three ^^Thatthe attitude assumed by Mr Jones was one of defiance, and it would have made no difference whether it was I or an older member that waited upon him. Here are Mr J ones' words: << Are they sure, Mr Owen, that they can doit? Mr Bees and myself may have more friends oa the Council than they think." It is true that I called upon Mr Jones as a friend," and were it not for the good feelings I entertained towards Mr Jones he would not have been troubled by a visit from me. But it is equally true that although I called as a ''friend," I communicated to him the decision 0f the Liberal party and conveyed his answer back to the same party. I may mention that another gentleman was also appointed to see Mr Jones, »nd he called at the office and was informad that 2 £ r Jones would not be in that day, this being the day on which the Council caucus vas held. I adhere to all that I have previously written, and if any question is raised as to my having acted in the matter on behalf of the ^Liberal party, Mr J. T. Roberts, or any other of the Liberal council- lors, will bear me out.—Yours, &c., 1 B. E. Owen.

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