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THE MONTGOMERYSHIREt MAJORITY.

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Llangwm: Mr J. D. Jones (L), 148 Colonel P. Lynes (C), 68. S Eglwysba.ch: Mr J. Williams (L). 220: Coionel Sandbach (C), 172. Llanfa-irtalhaiarn: Mr Mathews (L) won the seat from Mr W. T. Owen (C). This therefore is a Liberal gain. Cefn Mawr: Mr E. Lloyd Jones (C), 641; Professor Share Jones (L), 627. Coedpoeth: Mr Joseph Wilc-oxon (L). 694; Mr F. Fitz-John (C'). 184. Minera: Mr E. Jones (L), 220; Mr J. J. Parry (C), 147. THE MONTGOMERYSHIRE MAJORITY. The completed returns for Montgomery- shire to hand on Monday show two gains for the Liberals—at Guilsfield, which had been represented by the late Captain D. H. Mytton, and at Aberhafesp, where Mr C. W. Norton did not seek re-election. Out of 42 seats 17 Liberals and nine Con- servatlves were returned unopposed, leav- ing 16 contests, as compared with 22 in 1907. The Conservatives attacked six Liberal constituencies, and the Liberals eight Conservatives, the other contest being confined to Liberals. The greater majority (122) was secured in Llanwnog by Mr Richard Jones, the leader of the Liberal party in the Council, whilst at Meifod Mr Arthur Williams Wynn, the unsuccessful Parliamentary candidate for the county, also increased his majority considerably. On the new Council there are 27 Liberals to 15 Conservatives. There are 14 Liberal aldermen. and pro- viding the vacancies which will occur are filled as before the total Liberal majority will be 26. A TIE IN RADNOR-SHIRE. The returns of the contested elections in Radnorshire are now complete. The Progressives gained two seats and the Conservatives four. Most of the gains were secured by very small majorities— two seats by two votes and one seat by four. The final result shows that the parties are equally balanced—twelve Pro- gressives and twelve Conservatives. The aldermen, who do not retire, are also equally balanced.

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