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LITERARY AND OTHER. NOTES.

The Welsh Club.

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THE Pembrokeshire election fight," writes a correspondent, is getting exciting. Never was an election in Wales fought with greater determination than this one. The Unionist candidate's criticism of the inaptitude of the so-called Welsh Party' is receiving marks of approval from the electors, who are, like the Welshmen of other Welsh counties, getting heartily sick of the gross neglect of the Principality by the Liberal M.P.s." IT is said that Mr. David Davies, M.P., is one of those who are financially interested in the proposed purchase of the Westminster Gazette. —————— ANOTHER attempt is being made to estab- lish a Conservative daily paper at Newport. The South Wales Daily Argus (Liberal) is the only daily paper at Casnewydd at pre- sent, previous attempts to run a Conserva- tive journal having failed. The capital of the new venture will be £ 20,000. LORD TREDEGAR is immensely popular in Wales. He presided at last Saturday's Pontneath-vaughan Eisteddfod, and met with a rousing reception. His Lordship takes a warm interest in the Eisteddfod and other Welsh national institutions. By the way, a handsome statue of Lord Tredegar is to be erected at Cathays Park, Cardiff.