THE WEST END TAILORS The Original and Only West End Tailoring Establishment out of London, St. Johii's square,) 19, DUKE STREET, CARDIFF, (St. John's Square,) fr BEWARE OF SPURIOUS I MUTATORS. LEADING SPECIALITIES FOR THIS SEASON. Royal tlavy Black Vicuna r Real Scotch (Shrunk) Real Cashmere Jndigo TwW, Suitings, to order, Trouserings to Serge Suitings, ¡i Coat & Vest to order 42/ 45/- I order, to order, 30/ 35/ 40/- Heal Harris Tweed, 10/6, 13/ 16/ 39/6, 451 50, and upwards 50/- 18/6, and upwards. LAMSMPWM.iHT. i .25" I mmm Coat and Sl^irt \fw 8St bflu I 3.11Ol^Sa Overcoat to Order to order from 19, Duke Street, CARDIFF. NEWMARKET COATS Telegraphic Address- Nat. Telephone 834. from 35/- "REVOLUTION," CARDIFF. Jft/ «/b, B, Sl/B. — PATTERNS SENT POST FREE. 4548 WARMS THE CHET! CUTS THE PHLEGM! EMRYS RICHARDS' CHERRY COUGH SYRUP THE POPULAR MID-RHONDDA REMEDY FOR COUGHS, COLDS, ASTHMA, SORE THROAT, &C. Excellent for aged people and those with long standing Bronchial trouble. IN BOTTLES 1/ 2/9, & 4/6. By Post 3d. extra. Of the Soie Proprietor— EMRYS RICHARDS, DISPENSING CHEMIST, 4,62 COEDYMEIBION, TONYPANDY 1 QUALITY. FRESHNESS. UNIFORMITY. These are the most important points considered by the Maypole Dairy Company, Limited, and it enables them to boast of now being the Largest Manufacturers and Retailers of Pure Dairy Butter in the World. The Butter they sell is always of the best quality, and can be depended upon. You are requested to try this Butter to-day. MAYPOLE BUTTER 1/1 per lb. MAYPOLE BUTTER 1/1 per lb. MAYPOLE BUTTER 1/1 per lb. For economy, the Maypole Dairy Company, Limited, recommend their Celebrated MARGARINE, at 4d., 6d. and 8d., per lb. Far superior to secondary butters. TEA 1/ 1/2, 1/4, and the Very Best 1/6 per lb, Pure, Rich, and Fragrant. MAYPOLE DAIRY CO., LTD., 83A, Taff STREET, PONTYPRIDD, 4528 And at 62, Duftryn Street, Ferndale. Pontypridd Market on Wednesdays and Saturdays. DAISY — DAISY CYCLES: CYCLES: D A I S Y" AYLIFFE & ONS, cycle \TOEKS, CARDIFF, MAKERS. BAISY CYOLES are the most popular mounts in Wales, and hold the best records for Path and I Road, and mubt still lead the way. Their *i)9 Models are perfection. Write for '99 Catalogue. DAISY CYCLES are guaranteed free from imperfections in their material and in workmanship and we agree to make good within TWO YBABS fro,n the date of delivery, any defects which may appear Among the SPECIAL. ADVANTAGES we offer to purchasers is the faowing :-We will OVERHAUL'99 Pattern "Daisy Cycles" FOUR tihhs during the term FREE OF CHARGE. Sole Agent for Rhondda Valleys and district: T. S. JUDD, PARK TREET, TREFOREST. 4514 THE TON CHAIR EISTEDDFOD WILL BE HELD AT TO ON MONDAY, JtLY 3 h D, 1899, when published Programme will be carried out in its entirety with the exception of THE CHI l F CJETORAL, for which ""WORTHY IS THE LAAIB" is substituted. JOHN DAVIES (General Secretary), 4673 Printer, Pentre, R.S.O. CARDIFF STEEPLECHASES. EASTER MONDAY &- TUESDAY, 3RD &- 4TH APRIL XI,200 in Stakes, including the Welsh Grand National I of 500 Sovs. ADMISSION Tattersal's, including Paddock 10s. Large Ring with Covered Stand and pass out checks (barrier at front). Is. 4676 JOHN CROCKETT & CO., CABIN El MAKERS -4 A n HOUSE FURNISHERS, 2 & 3, TAFF STREET, PONTYPRIDD. SELLTMi OFF: SELLING OFF! GREAT REDUCTIONS FOE CASH. 1863 SUN INSURANCE OFFICE. 'Cc Sum insured in 1897 exceeds £ 425,000,000. For all particulars apply to the following Agents:— PONTYPRIDD: Mr W. D. HODGES, Metropolitan Bank. Mr W. WILLIAMS, Market Square Chambers. 4522 Election Addresses. PONTYPRIDD URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL. TO THE ELECTORS OF THE TOWN WARD. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, JLj I beg to return my cordial thanks to the 198 electors who recorded their votes in my favour. Yours &c., TOM ROWLAND. 5, Graigwcn Place, March 29th, 1899. 46S8 RHONDDA DISTRICT COUNCIL ELECTION. NO. 8 WARD—COMPRISING CYMMER, PORTH, AND HAFOD. TO THE ELECTORS, Plesse allow me to convey to you my sincerest thanks for again placing me at the top of the poll. Yours very trwly, 4680 THUMAS GRIFFITHS. RHONDDA URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL ELECTION. NO. 8 WARD. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. I wish to return you ray most sincere thanks for the support, you accorded me in electing me a member of the Council, I remain, Yours obediently, JOSEPH BROOKS. Cymmer Villa, Porth. 4681 URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL ELECTION. NO. 8 WARD. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, Allow me to tender my sincere thanks to all who kindly supported me ia the past Election. Yours obedientlr, D KVID POWELL. Porth Farm. 4677 RHONDDA URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL. WARD No. 5. TO THE ELECTORS. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, JLj It is my first duty to acknowledge all those kind friends who so generously supported me at the poll. The result of the election faithfuliy represents the decision of the public meeting. I had the honour then of receiving the largest number of votes, and again my position was confirmed by the general voting at the Ballot Booth. The public meeting having selected three of us to the privilege of its support, I am glad to think that our relative positions were not marked by any conspicuous difference in support. To my Clydach Vale friends—my nearest neiglibours-I am very grateful tor the first distinction of selecting me as their candidate. It is an honour I deeply appreciate, while to the electors of Blaenclydach, the Court, and Llwynypia Districts my thanks are due far the loyalty they have shown to the mandate of the public meeting. In conclusion I wish to say that my best efforts will be exerc'sed in the interest of the Ward on the Council, and I trust that the future will amply prove to you the present sincerity of my promise to do the best and the right thing at all times. Yours truly. 4689 EVAN WILLIAMS. RHODDA URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL WARD 5. TO THE ELECTORS. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, As one who has lived amongst you for many years, and who had not, until this election, asked for any public confidence, allow me to thank you most heartily for the support you gave ine in this contest. My Llwynypia fellow electors having asked me to stand and also promised their support, I am glad to know that the result has proved so amply the sincerity of their solicitations. I feel also that I must very especially recognise the support I received through the loyalty of the general committee, and of which Mr David Deere was the Chairman, forthe general support I received from the Court, Blaenclydach, Cwm Clydach, and Clydach Vale electors. 1 feel that my return even with the best fidelity of Llwynypia would not suffice to place me in the honourable position I found myself at the poll. Having come out at the request of the public meeting, and in conjunction with my two colleagues Messrs Williams and Griffiths, I am delighted that the voting revealed such loyalty to the compact. All I will now say is that I will faithfully try to carry out the duties imposed upon me. It will be my constant care to watch the interests of the Ward throughout, and to promote the best administration for it. Yours obediently, 4685 JOHN GILMOUR. RHONDDA URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL. NO. 5 WARD. TO THE ELECTORS. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, Allow me to tender you my warm and sincere thanks for having accorded me for the third time the honourable privelege of a seat on the above council. The result affords ample and satisfactory proof that my service in the past has the hearty approval of the Electors of the District in addition to being a drastic reply to the strange combination of forces directed against me. ve Finding myself in the proved position of being the target for such influences I cannot fail to think that the result is an effective indication of the healthy tono of the Electorate. I may add that t ese repeated marks of your confidence will encourage me to continue my efforts to advance the progress of all necessary improvements in this important: and populous district. Yours obediently. 4686 RHYS S: GRIFFITHS. RHONDDA URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL ELECTION, 1899. TO THE ELECTORS OF TREORKY AND CWMPARK. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. Kindly accept my warmest thanks for returning me so triumphantly at the head of the poll. Your interests will aeain receive my un- remitting attention during the next term of three years. Yours faithfullv, WILLIAM THOMAS JONES. 129, Bote Street., Trenrky, 29th March, 1899 4690 RHONDDA UK BAN DISTRICT COUNCIL ELECTION 1899. TO THE ELECTORS OF TREORKY AND CWM PARK. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, .Allow me t'.> thank you most sincerely for your support and confidence in returning me as one ot your representatives on the a hove for your support and confidence in returning me as one ot your representatives on the above Councii. ftid !• r ;J¡. large number ot v.t,$ recorded in my favour. I shall always emieavo-.r to execute the duties of Office in every direction, in the most efficient manner possible, and shall ne-er fait to do my utmost in t.if furtherance of vour interests in this Ward and thereby merit the confidence which you have so graciously reposed in me. I beg to remain. Your obedient servant, JOHN SAMUEL. S5, High Street. Treorchv, March 90th, ltS9 4692 Election Addresses (Continued). RHONDDA URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL ELECTION. 1899. TO THE ELECTORS OF BLAENRHONDDA AND TREHERBERT. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, M J I beg to tender my heartiest thanks for your support and confidence in returning me as one of your representatives on the above Council. I have only to add that it will be my utmost endeavour to carry out my duties in your interest in the most efficient manner. I beg to remain, Your obedient servant. JOHN DAVID. Blaenrhondda, March 29th, 1899. 4691 CAERPHILLY URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL ELECTION. TO THE ELECTORS OF THE TOWN WARD. .0. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, I feel proud indeed, to be one of the representatives of a ward whose electors gave the highest number of votes to the Candidate who respected their rights and refrained from canvassing. My warmest thanks are due, and are tendered to the many friends whose good word was never wanting, and whose help was so freely given. I acknowledge, with gratitude, the powerful assistance of the local Press. I trust I may be guided to the satisfactory fulfilment of my duties. I am, ladies and eentlemen. Yours obediently, WILLIAM THOMAS. Manchester House, Caerphilly, March 29th, 1899. 4683 CAERPIIILL Y URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL. TO THE ELECTORS OF THE TOWN WARD. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, 1 beg most sincerely to thank the 251 voters who gave me their practical support on Monday last Although unsuccessful, yet am I not, discouraged, for up to a fortnight ago I was not personally known to most of you, and as circumstances preventfd my coming out earlier I was consequently under a disadvantage com- pared with the other Candidafes. I wish also to express my sense of gratitude to those who, while they could not give me their aid this time, being pledged, expressed themselves in terms that give me hope for success on another occasion. I am, v Ladies and Gentlemen, Yours faithfully, JOSEPH HOWELLS. Glannant, Caerphilly, March 28ch, 1899. 4679 Sales by Auction. On TUESDAY and THURSDAY next, commencing at Two o'clock precisely each day. IMPORTANT TO t ARTIES FURNISHING. MESRS. J. G. MADDOX & SON will SELL In- by PUBLIC AUCTION, at their SALE ROOMS, 25, DUKE STREET, CARDIFF, on the above dates, an immense assemblage of very superior HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE (Removed from various res^tances for absolute sale), includilr:- Valuable Pianofortes, Hardwood Bedroom Suites complete, 6ft and 4ft Wardrobes, Pairs of Handsome Toilets, Iron and Brass Bedsteads, several excellent Carpets, Fenders, Brasses, superior Drawing and Dining-room Suites, Rose- wood and Walnut Cabinets, 6ft. and 5ft. Side- boards, Book-cases, Dining and Occasional Tables, Walnut and Gilt Overmantels, &c., &c., in all about 400 lots each day. On view day prior to and morning of each day's sale. Ar- rangements made to pack and forward all goods purchased by country buyers. The Goods can be purchased any day privately if desired. Complete or Part Houses of Furniture Bought for Cash. Sales and Valuation of every descrip- tion undertaken. For Terms, apply at the Auction Rooms, as dbove. Established 1860. 4565 TREORKY. VALUABLE LEASEHOLD DWELLING- HOUSES, BUTCHER'S SHOP, & SLAUGHTER. HOUSE FOR SALE. MR. FLIAS T. DAVIES has received in- structions to Sell by Public Auction, (Subject to such Conditions of Sale as shall then and there be produced), at the Stag Hotel, Treorky, on Tuesday, April 4th, 1899, at 7 in the evening, the following Very Desirable LEASEHOLD PROPERTIES: lot I.-All that Butcher's Shop and Dwelling- House situate in and being No. 194, High Street, Treorky, now in the occupation of the owner, Mr. David Richards, at an approximate rental of L30 per annum This Shop is fitted up with marble slabs, counters and bars, and is situate on the main road within an easy distance of the Slaughter-house conprised in Lot 3, the Slaughter-house being situate almost at the back of the shop. The above premises are a portion of property held under an Indenture of Lease for a term of 99 years from the 1st day of January, 1S71, at the ap- portioned annual ground rent of Eleven Shillings and Three Pence. Lot 2.—All that Messuage or Dwelling-House situate in and being No. 105, Regent Street, Treorky, now in the occupation of Mr. Jones at an annual rental of JE13. Lot 3.—All that Slaughter-House together with the sheds and otner out-houses and yard belonging thereto and used in connection there- with, situate in Regent Street, Treorky. The whole of Lot 3 is of the estimated annual rental of JK35 Lot 4.—All those 2 Messuaees or Dwelling- Houses situate in and being Nos. 106 and 107, Regent Street, Treorky, now in the occupation of Messrs. Rees and Thomas at an aggregate annual rental of .i27 6s. Lots 2, 3 and 4, are a portion of property held under an Indenture of Lease for a term of 99 years from the 1st day of July, 1896. at an apportioned annual ground rent of 13 19s. The ground rent of Lots 2, 3 and 4, will be apportioned by the Auction or at the time of sale. For further particulars applv to the Auc- tioneer at his Office, 3. Church Road, Ton- Pentre, or to Mrt. EDGAP. CULE, Solicitor, Pentre. 4664 Apology. TREORCHY. THIS is to Certify that I, ALFRED JONES, of Treorkv, do Apo'ogise and witiidraw all statements "which i have said concerning ELLKN COOK, of the same place, and declare the same to be untrue and without any foun- dation whatever. BllSa ALFRED JONES, Treorchy. Public Notices. NOTfCE IS HEREBY GIVEN"that I am not in any way related or connected with the firm of Hammond & Co., Cycle Manufacturers, Pontypridd. Mv reason for insetting tlis >otice is to avoid confusion, as I have on -nany occasions been mistaken for a member • f th.-t firm. and lett;;is et," have been wrongly celivered in con- sequence. JOSEPH HAMMOND, I Public Accountant. Dyffrvn Chambers, Market S;rtet, Pontypridd. 4675 STOPS COLD I use a good deal in Winter, giving it to servants and others, and invariably hear of good results. My brother, who had Whooping Cougn. and could not rest, found it the greatest reiid.E.r.I.JJ., The Elms, Faringdon, Berks, Juue, 1398, A COUGH 9 _It C04 ID CASH 2 CES and 2/6 A Mrs A. S. BALLIN, Editress of Biby," Feb., 1898, says: Hayman's Balsam has earned an excellent reputation. I Nwe tried it myself, and found it give immediate relief. I had it carefully analysed, and it can be used safely for young children and infants." CURES COUGH 15 NEW TOWN HALL, PONTYPRIDD. A" EISTEDDFOD will he held on EASTER MONDAY, 1899, (Proceeds towards the Unitarian Church Funds). President :-Lr,wis M. Williams, Esq., Aberdare. Conductor :—Morgan Morgan, Esq. Accompanist: -Mrs John Lewis, L.R.A.M. Adjudicators Music: Frederic Griffith. Esq F.R.A.M. Literature Brynfab, and Joseph David, Esq. To commence at 11 a.m. sharp. Chief Choral Competition.—For a minimum of 40 voices, Dyddiau Dyn sydd fel glas- welltyn," prize 16, and a portrait to the successful conductor, value XI Is. Male Voice Competition.—.—Not under 25 in number, "Codwn flwyl," prize dE2. Cbildrens' Choir.—Sankey's Peace be still," prize X2. Soprano, Tenor, Contralto, Baritone, and Pianoforte Solos. Particulars and Programmes post free for lid. 2 of the Secretary:—Mr D. Davies, 22, Davles Street, Coedpenmaen, Pontypridd. In the evening a GRAND CONCERT will be held. Artistes include Mr Frederic Griffith, F.R.A.M., flautist; and Miss Liewela Davies, A.R.A.M. See future announcement. 4596 SPECIAL FAST TRAINS Are run on all Railways of the World, and every person who travels should hold a WHOLE LIFE AND WOULD WIDE POLICY IN THE General Accident Assurance Corporation, Limited, TO r A LAS SET S, OVER £ 240,000 A SINGLE PREMIUM OF £ 10 ASStiIiES E2,500 in case of Death. £ 250 per annum for Life In case of Permanent Incapacity. JES per week for Temporary Incapacity. And applies to Ordinary, Underground, Electric, Liaht and Overhead Railways, and Steam, Electric, Cable and Home Tramway Carn. Half above Benefits for £5, and any increased amount up to £10,000 with £1,000 per annum at propor- tionate rates. SAF LIBERAL COMMISSION TO AGENTS. JGJJ Write for Prospectus tc QUAY ST. CHAMBERS, ST. MARY STREET, 2879 CARDIFF. HOUGHTON'S Electro-Hydropathic Establishment, STUART HOUSE, EDWARDS TERRACE, CARDIFF. SPECIALTY-RHEUMATISM, GOUT, '——-—— SCIATICA, and ;¡; NERVOUS AFFECTIONS. Circular on application. 4541 MARINE HOTEL, BARRY ISLAND. FIRST-CLASS HOTEL WITH EVERY ACCOMMODATION. Billiards and Good Stabling. (food bathing on Sandy Beach at Whitmore Bsy. Large and Small Parties catered for. A Large Refreshment Room has now been added. PROPRIETORS EVERSHED VINE & CO. 4672 BARRY ISLAND REFRESHMENT ROOMS, WHITMORE BAY. LUNCHEONS AND TEAS PROVIDED AT MODERATE CHARGES. Large and Small Parlies, Schools, dr., catered for. All communications to be addressed to E. LONG, MANAGERESS, 4674 BARRY ISLAND. Public Notice. PONTYPRIDO URBAN DISTRICT. THE PRIVATE STREET WJRKS ACT, 1892. THE Urban District Council of Pontypridd HERE3Y GIVE NOTICE that at a Meeting of the Council, held at their Cffices, 56, Taff Street, Pontypridd, nn Tuesday, the 7th day of March, 1899, the following Resolution was duly passed :— Resolved that the Council approve of the Specifications, Plans, Sections, Es'imates, and Provisional Apportionments, prepared by the Surveyor pursuant to the Resolution passed on the 5th day of April, 1898, and now submitted by him, with respect to the Private Street Works to be executed in FOUNDRY ROAD, COEDPENMAEN. And Notice is hereby also given that during one month from the 24th day of March, 1899, being the date of the first publication of the foregoing Resolution, the approved Specifi- cations, Plans and Sections, Estimates and Provisional Apportionments (or copies there- of certified by th,) Surveyor), will be kept deposited at the Oilic.es aforesaid, and will be open to inspection at all reasonable times. And Notice is hereby further given that dur- ing the t-aid month, any owner of any premises shown in the Provisional Apportionments as liable to be charged with any part of the expenses of executing the works may, by written notice served on the shid Urban District Council object to the proposals of the said Urbn District Cuuncd on any of the grounds set forth in Section 7 of the said Private Street Works Act. 1892. Bv Order, MONTAGUE H. GROVER, Clerk. Urban District Couwil Offices, Pontvondd, 23-1 March, 1S99. 4671 A fragtant, grateful, and comforting cup mado in a moment by using Symington's Edinburgh Coffee Essence. In boiUeb from all Grocers- j -——— __m_mrn_ — E T T WORLD PRO[u c ES. !J'r%¡:"I."i'.Z. -1"<.1 Standard Blends—1/ 1/4, 1/6, 1/8, & 2/- per lb. For Agencies apply direct to:- -W-% -W-w- eN eN 9 a C,4 PHILLIPS & CO., TEA SPECIALISTS, 74, Queen Street, O AJEtDIFF. 4445 UP-TO-DATE IN MEDICINE! I When everything else has failed. I I STOP I YOUR S N 1 Hi v.J Si TOOTHACHE in HI S n C&kVB TEN MINUTES. distressing pains of Drive away the gloomy NPRVflllR during DEPRESSION. Pill up all red corpuscles A wnnmin of the Blood and give ■ 111J Wi vitality in The flrst dose gives immediate relief. A month's course will thoroughly set you up. IN BOXES 1/11, TREBLE SIZE 2/9 2 Of all Chemists or Free by pest from the Proprietor, 4520 SANDERS, City Pharmacy, Cardiff.
Y Owir ya erbyn y Byd."—Kymric f'roier!>. "Give me, above all other liberties, the liberty to know, to utter, and to argue freely, according to conscience."—John Milton.
A "JONAH" OVERBOARD. THE meeting of the Welsh Miners' Federation of last Saturday was a significant landmark in its history. It put its stamp upon the determination that it must command unity; unity among the leaders, unity in the branches. It authorised its approval of the golden principle that it will no longer allow individualism to run wild and to display itself to the injury of the consolidation of all the forces of the Labour Party in South Wales. This proves that the late five months strike had cairied with it a wholesome lesson to the rank and file. The Federation to-day has a roll call of 81,000 members—it is the only recog- nised union which will hold within its power the destinies of the labour movement. Before the strike we had two distinct parties, the Scalist-s and Federationists. Mr David Morgan was a partisan of the latter and from his own bat did a great deal of opposition work. But, the fusion of the two sections into one solid phalanx lias clipped the wings of those who delighted in flights of criticism against their fellows, the role of a free iance is a lost vocation. It is pninful to note how blow Mr jNj.org:m ieurns the lesson of o falling into line with his comrades. We grant our hieud every motive of sincerity but insinuations of infidelity hurled at his colleagues are not weapons which recommend themselves to the expert warrior and, therefore, in the best interests of the labour cause in South Wales, we are glad to find that unless Mr D. Morgan acts with dis- cretion and judgment the miners are determined to do without him. It may be great and grand to call traitors, etc., upon his colleagues and inferentially to pose as the 11 glomen wen of the party. But it is not statesmanship and the person who indulges in such freaks of ungoverned charges is not up-to-date enough for the modern needs of the industrial war. Mr David Morgan probably is honest, but we believe that he is not more honest that the eleven colleagues whom he accuses of "selling" the cause for money considerations. As Mabon said, the simile used by him is open to no other translation. If Mr D. Morgan gives much more nourishment to this conceit he will soon reach the silly conclusion that the sum total of this world's goodness is encased in his own sweet self. We concede to Mr D. Morgan that we do not disbelieve his sincerity of motives, but the other good and strong men elected by other districts are likewise equally pure, and certainly more dis- cree, in the promotion of the cause of the worker. The Conference, there- fore, did rightly in directing the work to go on without Mr D. Morgan. And go on it will. It has been too long obstructed by disunion, jealousy and distrust among the leaders. We have come to the point of 11 men in absolute concord, and one still con- tinuing the old fashion of individualism. The democrat law of majority government is sufficient sanction for the action which the conference took to settle the matter in the way they did. Any impartial man reading the account of it can form no other conclusion than that a charge was made which cannot be substantiated. The quibble about a proper tribunal made by Mr Morgan was insulting to the Conference. If such a representative gathering were not a tribunal and a body to which any labour leader could appeal, another better than it will not be easily discovered. The truth is Mr D. Morgan was completely cornered and he was confronted on this occasion by an audience that would not be bedazzled by fireworks which, un- fortunately, go off too well in a mass meeting. In these days mere words or phrases will not suffice. The intelli- gence of delegations is on higher level and mure and more demands leadership of substance and broad reading. Mr D. Morgan has had his day. He did" e1 when the blunderbuss vrsis the leaning weapon, an 1 h, will not bo forgotten for it, but h experience of industrial warfare caT- for ti:e mors delicate instruments of argument based on industrial and economic laws.