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Mr Sam Thomson, a Conservative working- ing who took a prominent part locally in the bye-election in 1908, has been beaten by Sir J H Roberts in West Denbighshire by a majority of 3,025 votes. The rapidity with which news is 'today dis- seminated by the Press is a never-failing source of wonder to The Man in the Street." As recently as two years ago the North Pem- brokeshire Farmers' Club appointed Mr R Chambers, of Glynymel, Fishguard, as its president, and, incredible, as it may appear, the fact was actually chronicled last week in a South County journal.

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