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LOST.-Won.-ThescA two words tells the tale of last Friday's battle. Mr Arthur J. Williams, who on three previous occasions, fought successfully for South Glamorgan, and that against men of sterling value, has been defeated by a strano-er-ine of whom nothing is known, and of whom no one in this district had heard, until he was forced upon the Tory party about a couple of months ago, and they, like good children were content to take him, and ask no questions, He came, he saw. he conquered," not by his own merits, but by the combined powers of Tories, Unionists and faithless Liberals (!) It is useless to cry over spilt milk, or to go about the town with faces as long as fiddles. There are lessons to be learned, and to these we must apply our- selves, and with all diligence settle to the work of recapturing the honour which for a time has been lost. The Libeial banner which for ten years floate proudly over South Glamorgan, has been hauled down, and the enemy has dared to set up a foreign flag, but the Liberal banner has not been destroyed, and yet again will it be unfurled, and planted beyond the reach of the foe. Truth is our standard, righteous is our cause, and right shall yet triumphant over might. What is the might which has wrested from right during the past week or two so much of its glory? The combined influence of the beer barrel and the Church- The Church has formed an unholy alliance and though for a time it has swept everything before it, yet it cannot stand, for Christ's ministers and Beelzebub, cannot walk hand in hand. In our own immediate district there has been among the Liberals a sad want of organization. There has been no one to take the reins. What has been anybody's business has been no oI1e', and consequently many have strayed from the fold. The men who in previous years have guided the van, and stood at the helm, were all con- spicuous by their absence during the campaign; In fact the Liberal organization was rotten to its very core, but let the past be a lesson to all true-hearted Liberals, and though we cannot alter the decision of I the electorate last Saturday, yet we must not be faint- l earted, but at once pull ourselves together, buckle