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Penarth Election Notes. 1…

COMMITTEE ROOMS.

POLLING BOOTHS.

Cicket.

MEETING OF LIBERAL WORKERS.

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MEETING OF LIBERAL WORKERS. # The Liberals of Penarth having secured the Jubilee Hall as a Committee Roomd until after the Election, it was at first intended to hold the preliminary meet- ing of Liberal Workers in that building, but as it ZD became known that it would not accommodate the number who intended to be present, Andrews' Small Hall was engaged, and there the meeting was held, 6 tm commencing a little after 8 o'clock. Among those present were Professor Tanner, Messrs J.P. Thompson, S. Thomas, J, Llewellyn, T.J.Hughes, Francis, ,T- Lewis, R. Hancock, R. Guy. T. Bevan, G. Pile, R. A. Lewis, J. Pavey, J. Harris, W. B. Shepherd, G. S. Stowe, W. J. Thomas, 3. Brice, D, Cornwell, J. Lace, J. Brown, M. Meazey, Tregelles. Holman, Norris, B. Paterson, J. Morris, Revs W. G. Davies, W. G. Williams, I. 0. Stalbery, J. M. Saun- ders, &c., &c. Upon the proposition of Mr S. Thomas, Mr J. P. Thompson was voted to the chair. Mr Thompson, referring to M.r Williams, said he was a good, consistent, and bard-working representa- tive, and one who never faltered in his principles. In this contest they muse not build too much on the idea that they were going to have a successful tight. Although they felt sure of returning Mr Williams again, yet it behoved everyone to do his level best. He would appeal to them to sink all differences and fads, and let their one determination be to return Mr Williams with a larger majority than before. Mr Hughes read a letter of apology from Mr Jotham,who was absent from the meeting through the serious illness of Mrs Jotham- Letters had also been received from Mr R. Bevan and others, explaining their absence. Mr Hughes went on to explain what had been done prior to the calling of this meeting, and said that in I previous elections the Liberals of Penarth had more than held their own, and they were again depended upon to do a little more than neutralise the Conservative vote. Mr Pile very briefly addressed the meeting, and then the business proper was entered upon, which of course was of a private character. Although the meeting was called for Liberal Workers," and the bills announcing the meeting stated that only Liberals who are prepared to put their shoulder to the wheel will be welccme," yet two or three well-known Tories were mean enough to settle themselves in the meeting until they were asked to kindly withdraw.

OPEN-AIR MEETING OF LIBERALS.

DATE OF ELECTION.

_. ACCIDENT TO MAJOR AND LADY…

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