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MEETING IN THE WORKING MEN'S…

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MEETING IN THE WORKING MEN'S LIBERAL CLUB. TRADES' UNIONISTS SUP- PORT MR NOAH REES. WHO PULLED THE WIRES FOR THE TRADES' COUNCIL? MR CARR REQUESTED THEM TO SELECT HIM. The plot does not thicken it becomes thinner each day, and will soon not have the consistency of skimmed milk. Mr Noah Rees's supporters are steadily working, whilst the "ncn-political" party are'blustering. The canvass books show the most satisfactory record yet established in the West Ward, and such is the strong personal antipathy felt towards the Tory candidate in some quarters that the most active workers on behalf of Mr Rees are found among the ladies, several of whom are canvassing most" assiduously for votes. The section on the trades' council who have outraged the opinions of their constituents by bringing forward a wolf in sheep's clothing, or, in other words, a rank Tory as a representative of the working classes, are each day becoming more ostracised, whilst already active steps are being taken for a thorough re-organisation of the body which was supposed to accurately represent the trades of the town. But a remarkable fact has recently transpired. Throughout the present crisis Mr Carr has represented himself a* being the "selected" candidate of the trades' council. Had be said the self-imposed candidate he would have been nearer the mark. During the debate at the Working Men's Liberal Club on Wednesday, resulting in the suspension from membership of four Trades' Council members, one of these tatter declared that Mr L. Carr had offered" himself to the council as their representative. When questioned as to the accuracy of this statement, he reiterated it, so that Jack-in-the- box himself set free the spring. Mr Carr is the perennial Tory or.anything.else" candidate kept on the premises, and sold cheap to any ward. Ihose who wish to ascertain the views of genuine working men who are also leading Trades' Unionists should read the following report.

--_-MEETING AT THE WORKING…

----MR CARR WISHES TO HOLD…

MR NOAH REES'S CANDIDATURE.

THE DUTY OF NONCONFORMISTS.

NOTICE TO MR NOAH REES'S CANVASSERS.

CARDIFF TYPOGRAPHICAL ASSOCIA-I…

THE "WESTERN MAIL" SICK FUND…

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THE LIBERATION SOCIETY.

CRADDOCK WELLS' CHARITY

SHOCKING AFFAIR AT TONYREFAIL.

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Family Notices

FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1889.

SOUTH WALES NOTES.

-----THE ROYAL ACADEMY.

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ILONDON^ LETTER. ,---------,

SOUTH WALES UNIVERSITY COLLEGE.

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WEATHER FORECASTS. 1

-. SIR CHARLES DILKE'S VISIT…

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A FEW QUESTIONS FOR MR CARR.

THE REJECTION OF LEASEHOLD…

THE TORY CHAMELEON.

THE LIBERAL CLUB.