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-------EPISCOPAL VISIONS.

NOTES AND COMMENTS.

THE DEE ESTATE, LIMITED.

CARNARVON LIBERAL ASSOCIATION.

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CARNARVON LIBERAL ASSOCIATION. The annual meeting of the Carnarvon Liberal Association was held at the Reform Club, Carnarvon, on Tuesday night, under the presidency of Dr R. Parry (chairman), to arrange for the coming visit of Mr As- quith, and to make preparations for the municipal elections.—With regard to the Liberal demonstration, it was reported that a date had not yet been fixed for the visit of the right hon. gentleman, an dit was re- solved to let him chose any date between October 20th and 28th. In addition to the gentlemen already appointed by the Boroughs Liberal Association as a commit- tee to carry out the final arrangements, the following gentlemen from the local asso- ciation were elected: —The Chairman, Messrs B. G. Evans, Peter Hughes, J. Owen, H. Parry, Thomas, and Williams.— Messrs R. O. Roberts (secretary of the Boroughs Liberal Association), and Mr B. G. Evans were elected to represent the local association at the Convention of Welsh Liberals to be heM at Cardiff at the end of next month, and it was understood that another delegates would be appointed by the executive committee.—A long dis- cussion took place relative to the forthcom- ing municipal election. It was announced that the Mayor (Mr E. Hughes), Dr R. Parry, and Mr D.Pierce (Liberals), and Mr W. Hamer (Conservative) retired in the Western Ward. The Mayor and Dr Parry had expressed their readiness to seek re- election, but Mr Pierce, who would be a strong candidate, has signified his intention of retiring. The meeting adopted tho Mayor and Dr Parry as candidates, and dis- cussion ensued as to whether the Liberal party should contest two, three, or four seats in the ward.—Mr D. Morris proposed that they should contest only two, but on the motion of Mr Beriah Evans it was re- solved to contest the four seats, Messrs O. Jones (Green Bank) and Thomas Hughes (Barranco) being nominated in addition to rra T the gentlemen already named.—The chair- man thanked the meeting for hav- ing again selected him fis a candidate, and he promised to do all in his power to carry out the wishes of the elect- ors. Speaking on behalf of the Mayor he said that that gentleman would have been present that night but for the fact that he did not think it would be right on his part to attend whilst he still hold the position of Mayor, an office which he had filled totthe satisfaction of all (hear, bear).- A resolution by Mr Beriah Evans that all the candidates should pledge themselves to support the Liberal party on the Council if returned was carried unanimously With regard to the Eastern Ward, it was resolved to support the candidature of Mr John Rees, the retiring Liberal councillor, and in the event of the Conservatives nomi- nating only Mr Gregory, that he be allowed a walk over. Should the Conservatives, however, select another candidate, either with cr instead of Mr Gregory, then the Liberals would contest both seats, and in that case Mr Griffith Owen, Biyndina?, was selected to champion the Liberal cause,

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