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Carnarvon Unionists.


Mrs. Lloyd George at Conway.



---Arfon Liberal Association.

Mr. Sam Thompson at Glan Conway.

Mr. Vinceat at Conway.


Mr. Vinceat at Conway. Last night (Wednesday) a cordial re- ception was given Mr. H. C. Vincent, the adopted Conservative candidate to oppose the Chancellor of the Exchequer at the forthcoming election, at the Conservative Club. Mr. W. M. Sever pre- sided, and' he was supported by a number of leading Conservative Ladies and gentlemen al the borough. In the course of an address to the workers, Mr. Vincent remarked that his op- ponent was a very dear friend, and he hoped that nothing whatever would be said against the character or personality of Mr. Lloyd George by the canvassers, or anybody else con- nected with the Conservative cause. He had started the fight with clean hands, and he was determined to end it in a similar manner, so that he could look upon his friendship with Mr. George as unbroken. A resolution of confidence in the candidate, and pledging the meeting to support him, was proposed by Mr. James Porter and seconded by Mf. A. G. Kaye and carried with acclamation. Mr. M. E. Nee. Carnarvon, the election agent, spoke a few words of adtvice to canvassers and others, and a vote of thanks to the Chairman, on the motion of Mr. Vincent, seconded by the Vicar (the Rev. J. W. Roberts), terminated an enthusiastic meeting.

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Carnarvon Unionists.