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EAST DENBIGHSHIRE. *

Meetings at Rhos and Johnstown

THE - TORY CAMPAIGN.

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THE TORY CAMPAIGN. Mr David Rhys at Cefh. Mr David Rhys visited Cefn on Tues- day night and had a good hearing from a crowded audience. Mr E. Lloyd Ed- wards presided. Mr Rhys said that the issues before the country were many and complex. Home Rule for Ireland held a place in the Gov- ernment's programme to capture the Irish vote. Welsh Disestablishment-that per- ennial first measure of a next sassion which never materialised-was offered to Wales. But the living issues were only two. The first was: are the people to prevail, or are they to become the slaves of a passing majority in the House of Commons ? The second was whether the country desired a system which frighten- ed capital, disturbed credit, and killed in- dustry-that was the Budget; or a sys- tem which would invite capital, secure markets, and foster industry. That was Tariff Reform. Side by side with Tariff Reform was Mr Balfour's plan of Peasant Proprietorship—that safeguard against Socialism, whereby an increasing number of responsible citizens should be created with a stake in the country. Thi? would build up, along with a flourishing indus. trial community, a countryside prosper- ous and wellfaring, worthy of the best interests of the country.

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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FOOTBALL.