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Correspondence. PENARTH AND DISTRICT LIBERALISM. To the Editor of the Penarth Chronicle- DEAR SIR.-Allow me to congratulate the Pro- prietor of the Penarth Chronicle," on the step in advance which he has decided to take, in bringing out his newspaper on Liberal lines as to polities, and tha* at a critical and momentous period in the history of the Liberal party in this district. Although we have been beaten this time, it is a source of gladness to find, that the Liberals nre not going to give up the ghost. Our principles are true, right and just. and contain the essence of progress, reform, moraUity- and liberty, These principles in the nature of things, are bound to overcome all opposition, and prove victorious in the end. But in order to ensure the victory, these principles will have to be backed and supported by substantial work and liberal sacrifices. We have been caught napping this time, and have trusted for success too much to the intrinsic merits of onr principles. The natural sequence is we have lost the race. On the other hand, our enemy has for a long time been fully awake. and has not been ashamed to use any and every means, whether honor- able or dishonorable to attain the find thev aiv no^ temporarily gloating over in jur. But the t rem end us blow we have experienced, has come with such foice, as to fully awaken us to our neglect in the pas" and to our obligations and the requirements of our party in the future. It is to be sincerely hoped now that a strong Liberal Association shall be established for the district, which will be the means of looking well after the interests of Liberalism, and pushing them vigorously forward, especially the work of Registration. Now is the time to take up the liberal offer of Mr Gibbs, to secure some suitable premises to transact the business of the party, so as to have a strong and forcible centre to guide and conduct Liberal operations and education. It strikes me forceibly that th untoward reverse we have just experienced at this Parliamentary elec- tion. must have convinced the most stupid and hard- headed liberal that if we are going- to keep our party together, and be ready for any political emergency if we would have from time to time the means of guaging our strength and power, and if we would be prepared to meet and thwart the sneaking, deceptive, and immoral tactics of our common enemy, then we shall have tofig-ht all oar local elections on political lines. This would ensure a perfect and solid party organization. Bye the bye, I see one rof your correspondents refers in your la-st and previous issues to the future relation of Mr G. Carslake Thompson to the Penarth School Board. It is well known that at fill past elections, Mr Thompson has been elected to a seat on the Board by the votes and exertions of the Liberal party. If he intends to be a Candidate at the next election, I cannot for the life of me, see how can the Liberals with any shadow of consistency s-upport. his candidature. \Ve have nothing to do now with Mr Thompson as an educated man, qualified in every respect, to git at the board. That is beyond doubt. But the question ia cfm the Liberals conscientiously a,id consistently support, him. There is not a shadow of a doubt now, that he has turned his back totally on Liberalism. II) has done his worst practically and opuilv agniiust the Liberals in the election just over, and has entered into the fray, boè y and soul. most t negetically to he!p the Tories to send Major Qnin to misrepresent this Liberal cousitueacy. lie has in his actions I therefore, proved himself a deadly enemy to pure I Liberal principles. Ought not this to be a fan gib lo lesson to the Liberals, that it is their duty to discard any partnership with him at the next election. lie, like his political leaders has gone over clean t > the Tori.es> then let the Tories find him a seat, at, the Board next time. Board next time. It is to be sincerely hoped that this rebuff may prove the means of bringing, the Liberals into a firmer and closer union. May all fads and scrapie* and cliques vanish, and let us s'bow a united and bold hont, to the enemy, for the general good of our party, and the success of our glorious principles. Let the lessons of the last District Council Election be well considered. Let us a\oid whatever was wiong in that election aud evade all its mistakes and Llanders. Some pro- fessed Liberals turned their backs on their party in that election and disaster was the re>ub. And we shall be defeated again if we are found di-umted and demoralised. Those who turned their backs then, have been conspiciously to the front in this pcriiamea- tary election, while othprs who stuck laithfully to their party have been kept in the background. The Nonconfc rmist Ministers of Penarth were g ros Jy misre- presented and traduced at and after the Oounci. Injection. While they ought to have been thanked for what, tuey did, they have been insulted and sneered at by persons who ought to have respected them. But now, Id bygones be bp^ones, and let us start afresh united- ly and with a determination that our golden priu. ciples shall be victorious when the next opportunity occurs. Let us have steady, honest: and principled men for our leaders. Let there be no more pan- dering to the Tory Estate, as this pandering in cl the past has no doubt been one, and a. powerful element, to turn the scale for a time in favour of the Tory party. Let them now make good use of it, for it will be but of short duration.