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EAST DENBIGHSHIRE. Mr Hemmerde's Campaign. Mr Hemmerde, K.C., opened his cam- paign in East Denbighshire on Thursday week, when he addressed a series of suc- cessful meetings at Rhostyllen, Ruabon, and Acrefair. On Friday last. Mr Hemmerde ad- dressed an enthusiastic gathering of Lib- erals at New Broughton. The New Broughton Male Voice opened the meet- ing by singing Comrades' Song of Hope," and Mr Hemmerde, speaking from his extensive experience of the cam- paign in all arts of the country, said the Liberal party never went into the fight with better prospects. The same night Mr Hemmerde spoke at Brynteg. He said that Germany only managed to raise three millions by taxing manufactured goods, not 37 millions as Mr Rhys said, and the other day, when Germany had a deficit of 30 millions, no one proposed to raise the taxes on manu- factured goods. It was all very well for tariff reformers to talk about "dumping." England was dumping more than any other country in the world. England, under Free Trade, was invading foreign markets more than the foreigner was in- vading our markets. Tariff reform was unfair. It was not the survival' of the fittest but of those who pulled wires best. On Tuesday night Mr Hemmerde spoke at Denbigh and Ruthin, in support of the candidature of Mr Clement Ed- wards.

Meetings at Rhos and Johnstown

THE - TORY CAMPAIGN.

Mr Rhys at Ruabon.

Mr Rhys at Bwlchgwyn.

Mr Rhys heckled at Minera.

DENBIGH BOROUGHS.

Mr Ormsby Gore at Wrexham

A WARNING NOTE

Rhos Man's Good Fortune. I

PONKEIT

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JOHNSTOWN.

Johnstown Man's Stolen Mare

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