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THE POLLING IN SOUTH GLAMORGANSHIRE.

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THE POLLING IN SOUTH GLAMORGANSHIRE. RETURN OF MR ARTHUR WILLIAMS. The Liberal candidate for South Glamorgan- shire, Mr A. J. Williams, was elected on Satur- day by a. majority of 818 over his opponent, Sir Morgan Morgan. The polling took place on Fri- day, and the ballot boxes were brought to Cardiff during the night, the last box arriving at about haif-an-hour after midnight. Mr J. E. Williams, of the firm of Messrs Gladstone and Williams, solicitors, Cardiff, as the returning officer, sealed up the doors of the Assembly-room, in which the boxes were placed, and left several police- constables on duty during the night. At 10.30 on Saturday morning the connting of the papers 'I was commenced in the presence of the returning officer, the candidates (Mr A. J. Williams and Sir Morgan Morgan), and their agents, Mr T. J. Hughes (representing the Liberals) and Mr R. C. Griffiths (for the Conservatives). Twenty counters were engaged. About 1.30 the poll was declared as follows :— Mr A. J. WILLIAMS L 4,743 Sir MORGAN MORGAN C 3,825 Majority 918 There were 50 spoilt votes. The Returning I Officer declared the result of the poll to a large crowd in the square behind the Town-hall. Mr A. J. Williams, M.P., was received with cheers and some groans on returning thanks for his re- electioa. He said when they considered the extent of the division, that they were in the middle of the harvest, that all the squires and great paopie provided his opponent with carnages to convey Conservative as well as Liberal voters, to the ter)-and that his (Mr Williams's) success was felt to be so sure that there were many Liberal abstentions, he thought they had every reason to be satisfied with the result. (Cheers.) They had once more shown their devotion to true Liberal principles. (Cheers.) He expressed his gratitude to those workers-who had contributed so much to success on that occasion, and to those voters who had not hesitated to walk long distances, to sacrifice their time and a day's work, in order that they might record their devotion to the great cause of justice and right. tCheers. I-Sir Morgan Morgan also addressed a few words to the assemblage, saying that they had fought a splendid battle all round, and now let them part good friends. (Hear, hear, and appiause.)—On leaving the Town-hall, Mr A. J. Williams was loudly cheered along St Mary-street.

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