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Remarkable Public Enthusiasm

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Remarkable Public Enthusiasm When he left the building the Chan- cellor came in for tt tremendous reception from the thronging crowds. It was fully anticipated that Mr. Lloyd George would address a few words to the assemblage on the square leading to the station, but though earnest and persistent appeals were made the Chancellor had to cour- teously but firmly decline to accede to the request. The car, however, was almost brought to a, standstill, so great was the rush to catch a glimpse of the distinguished Welshman. The Chancellor and his party drove to Ystradfechan, where they were enter- tained by their host, Mr. Wm. Jenkins, J.P., and about 9 o'clock he motored to Cardiff. So great was the rush of people in the main thoroughfares in Treorchy that the police, under Inspector Edwards, had great difficulty in clearing a passage for the Chancellor's motor-car. The mounted police rendered effective service, and but for the splendid horsemanship of the con- stables the roads would have been com- pletely blocked.

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