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THIS DAY'S TELEGRAMS.

. 'THE WORLD' AND MR. MOSS.…

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'THE WORLD' AND MR. MOSS. 0 The most noticeable point in connection with the address of Mr. Samuel Moss, the Radical candidate, to the electors of East Denbighshire (says tc-day's World), is its practical resurrec- tion of the entire Newcastle programme.' Welsh Disestablishment figures in it as a matter of course; but there are also to be found Irish Home Rule, 'One Man One Vote,' and almost all the other items of the ill-fated catalogue which brought the party to such dire disaster two years ago. The existing arrangement appears to be that, while the Opposition, as a party, prudently refrains from committing itself to any definite policy wbatever,individual by-election candidates are tree to do their own programme-spinning in the manner most suited to the constituency to which they happen to be making their appeal. From the candidate's point of view, the system has no doubt a good deal to commend it; but it may not seem quite so admirable to electors who remember that the pledges of the individual, by which their votes are secured, are as likely as not to be repudiated in due course by the party as a whole.

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