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JOHNSTOWN.

PENYCAE.

RUABON.

RHOS TOWN TALK

IN RUABON.

LADY MORGAN'S" AT HOME."

RHOS COMPANY IN CAMP. -+ -

Caergwrle Eisteddfod.

Correspondence. I

THE DENBIGH BOROUGHS.

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THE DENBIGH BOROUGHS. POSSIBLE LIBERAL CANDIDATES, The withdrawal of Mr Clement Ed* wards from the candidature for the Den" bigh Boroughs, has left to the Liberal leaders in the constituency thevtask of selecting a suitable successor to try con- clusions with the Hon W. Ormsby-Gore; M.P., at the next election. The Liberal Council met on Wednesday, at Denb-igbr, where a large number attended. M i- J. E. Powell, Wrexham, presided, and tb&' proceedings were carried on in committee. A long discussion took place in reference to a selection of a candidate to succeed Mr Clement Edwards, and it was eventu- ally decided to refer the whole matter to W. selection committee composed of 13 mem- bers, namely seven from Wrexham, four" from Denbigh, and two from Ruthin, No names of prospective candidates were mentioned. The meeting passed a vote of sympathy with Mr Clement Edwards- in his illness, and congratulated him up- on his adoption as Liberal candidate for East Glamorgan. The Selection Com' mittee held a meeting afterwards. Speaking unofficially, several names- are being mentioned as probable candi- dates, among them being Mr William' George, brother of the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Mr Beddow Rees, Cardiff, Mr W. G. C. Gladstone, of Hawarden Castle Baron de Forest, Mr D. S. Davies, of Denbigh, Mr Lief Jones, Mr H. D. Ac- land, Mr Allan Bright, Mr Howell Wil- liams of London. The Liberals of the Denbigh Boroughs- have not lost much time in facing the new situation created by the withdrawal of Mr Clement Edwards. Before taking any' definite action it is believed the Liberati Council will take steps to consult the' North Wales Miners' Association. Five or six hundred of the Wrexham electors" are members of the Miners' Association, and every year a large number of work- men leave the mining villages for the" town. The growth of the mining vote at Wrexham makes it imperative that tbe: Progressive candidate should be one whose views on industrial questions coin" cide with those of the mi.iers' leaders.

Found Dead on the Road.

CRICKET.