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MR HEMMERDE & HIS CRITICS.

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MR HEMMERDE & HIS CRITICS. It is quite natural for the electors to express their anxiety as regards the atti- tude of Rhos to the Budget. It is to be regretted that the local Liberal Asso- ciation has been so inert in the matter. Indeed, the situation is quite Gilbertian and farcical, when we remember that the only public resolution passed on the Bud- get has been that of the local Tories But surely Mr Heromerds is not to be blamed for this extraordinary state of aifairs ? As he explains in another col- umn, he fought and won a bye-election only last summer, and then fully and clearly explained his attitude on the Land question. His health broke down under the strain, and even now he is under the doctoi's orders. Notwithstanding this, he has not neglected his duties in the House. Again, his critics ought to re- member that Mr Hernnrierde is one of the most brilliant orators—both in and out of the House-and his services everywhere .are in great rt quest. He believes that he I selves the cause of Liberalism best by I carrying the torch 10 less enlightened I places than R os. He knows perfectly well that his Rhus stalwards are true to the faith, and he acts on that belief. In another week the Budget will be through the Commons, and its Members will en- jjy a short, well-earned rest. We are glad I to understand that Mr Heiwnerde i going to take advantage of this respite to visit his constituents. We Deiieve his Rhos fneud8 will show him that h»« confidence in them has not been misplaced

Strike at Wynnstay Colliery.

OUR POST BAG.

NOTES AND JOTTINGS.

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♦ I YOUNG PEOPLE'S *GUILD.…

Grand Concert at Penuel, Rhos.

DR CAMPBELL MORGAN AT WREXHAM…

RHOS AND THE BUDGET. -0-

SOCIALISTS ON THE CROSS,

SOCIALISTS ON THE CROSS.

Ruabon is no Exception.