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Rhos and the Polling Day.

- Polling Day Scenes in WrexhamJ

Receiving the News at Rhos.



Mr. Hemmerde in the Division.


Mr. Hemmerde in the Division. Mr Hemmerde returned to the division on Tuesday night, and addressed crowded meetings at Rhosrobin and Gwersyllt. He was accompanied by Mrs. Hemmerde. The proceedings were most enthusiastic. In the course of his address he said that the fight was really upon the Budget, and having attended meetings all over the country he declared that the author of that great Budget was the most popular man ot the day with the people. It was Mr Lloyd George who had made the present crusade against the House of Lords pos sible. There was no doubt whatever that the policy he advocated was the one that the people had been working for for years, and now they saw the possible benefits of it there was not the slightest doubt of its success. The late Chancellor of the Exchequer had not had his head turned by London society, and the dukes and lords had had no power or attraction over him. He had fearlessly and without favour kept true to this principle and stuck up for the rights of the people. He appealed to them to send him back with a record majority to support such a valiant champion.

Liberal Meeting at Ponkey.

What a Rhos Woman Heard.


Penycae Council School.

Mr Gore's Allusions to Mr…

Vicar Prichard on the issues,