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Welsh Territorials to Camp…


Mr Ormsby Gore on his victory,


Mr Ormsby Gore on his victory, On Friday night the Drill Hall, \#rex- ham, was packed with a gathering of Unionists to celebrate the return of tfaefc Unionists to celebrate the return oftheir candidate for the Denbigh Boroughs. Dr Edward Jones, chairman of the Wrexham Working Men's Conservative and Con. stitutional Association, presided. He said that as the only Conservative itiem* ber returned from North Wales Mr Orms* by-Gore not only repressented the Union" ist of those boroughs but 30,000 North Wales Unionists who cast their votes at the recent election. (Cheers) Mr Gore, who met with a great recep* tion, heartily thanked the party tor the splendid work they did in the fight. If ever there had been an uncorrupt and staight fight it was that they half fought as sportsmen, but their opponents evidently did not like their licking. H C, knew his party well enough to know that if they had lost they would have taken their beating as sportsmen and not have accused the other side of corruption. (Cheers) He would not like his opponent to accuse, for instance, the Vicar of Wrexham of misrepresentation and fraud or yet Father Quinn, because he had only done his best to save the schools for which he had fought through- out his whole life—(Cheers) Their party was thoroughly united, and whenever the next election came they would win by a majority of 800.(Cheers.) He felt, however, that the next fight would be the most severe one ever fought in these Boroughs, as their opponents were bound; to concentrate all their energies with the object of regaining the seat. He had every confidence, however, that in Wrex*" ham they would keep the cause alive, es- pecially during his enforced absence at Westminster, where for some time he? would have to keep his nose to the grihd" stone.—(Cheers.)


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