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Penarth Liberal Association. FIRST MEETING OF TIlE" TWO HUNDRED." The first meeting of the Liberal « Two Hundred was held in the Jubilee Hall on Saturday evening 1ast.. The President, Sidney Batchelor, Esq., occupied the chair. The minutes of the meeting of Liberals held on the 31st July were read and confirmed. It was then resolved that a Liberal One Hundred be elected, and Ward meetings were subsequently held to elect ''epresentatives, but so many willing workerfi had been found that it bad been considered advisable to elect 50 from each Ward, and nearly the whole of those whoiJe names bad been suggested had consented to serve. The few additional names required to com- plete the representation were added, any other vacancy to be filled by the officers and Executive. The election of officers was then proceeded with, Mr. Sidney Batchelor, who had previously beell elected as President of the Association, was now sleeted as President of the Two Hundred. The Vice-Presidents formerly recommended were also adopted. Mr R Guy was elected as Treasurer, and Mr John Morris, Secre- tary, with Mr Llewellyn Davies as assistant Secretary, The election of Executive resulted as follows rr-* Central fVatd :Messrs J Llewellyn, S Davfc#, T Hall, 0 Williams, and E Seagrave. North TVtzi-d,-Messrs Geo Pile, B Patterson, Wm Jenkins, W Jones Thomas, and H Carpenter. JVest Ward .—John H Hall, F Cole, Kennard, 1t A Lewis, (all of Cogan), andJ Webb (Llandough). South Ward,-Prof. Tanner, and Messrs J H JODS, E S Tregelles, R Han cock, and J David. It was resolved that the Executive be empowered to draw up a set of rules for the government of the Association and "Two Hundred, the same to be submitted for approval to the "Two Hundred" at their next meeting. t Upon the proposition of Mr David, it was determined hat the minimum subscription be one shilling per annum. It was considered advisable that steps be at once taken for the re-orgauisation of the South Glamorgan Association, and the President was deputed to oonfor with the Presidents of other Local Associations with regard to the question.

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