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A SPLOTT WARD. BOHORIFCJ'NK was held at the Splott-road Board Thursday evening of the Liberal *»DW*«»,RV THE Splotc Ward, whose retiring MEKG R«, ? E °N THE council—Mr J. Coinley— *11 « The fight in this ward will in Partv |TY be a three-cornered one, the Labour nominee in the field, in the person 'W,AT. "ISEELL, and Mr Jenkins is to contest the BL !B the Conservative interest. Councillor P! Presided, and there were present R BrC'HOR Andrews, Councillor J. Comley, .Mr PL • NAVIES, Mr Price Jones, AND others.—-1 he ^OAIRINAN, in opening the meeting, said the Con- ■Wvative candidate (Mr Jenkins) M his address atatee! he had been in tneir midst for 17 years. As Matter of fact Mr Jenkins lived in the Adams- town Ward. Again, Mr Jenkins said the ward WAG sadly neglected. He (the speaker) HAD always been under the impression that the ward had been exceedingly well looked after. The Speaker proceeded to deal with other statements AS to neglect of the ward, and urged the meeting TO suppoit a well-tried man like Mr Comley.— tfonnpiilor Andrews said they must not forget that that was a political fight. That fight would influence the general election, and if the Conser. vatives won the seat and seats in other wards, they wonld caB it a great Conservative victory Referring to some remarks of Dr. Treharne Councillor Andrews said he hoped they would conduct that conteet in a friendly way. (Hear hear.) He was told that they were Koinlt to bring out Democratic Radical. He did not »ee how Mr Russell could hope to win THE If they had MEN the contest it would make the fight exceedingly awkward MR Roberts proposed a RESOLUTION £ thanks of the meeting TO Mr K-SHfrEs itT'f. 's rf JO^CLDTIN^FEW^ WKFIT^~MR'PRL EW remarks, in which he T™. J M necessity of united work.—Mr vith '«IM « NIAN» SUPPORTED the resolution FM^ T F6LL0,TOUS remarks.-Mr J. Comley JM EU,TABLE FTND THE resolution WAS carried unanimously. ROATH WARD. We understand that as the result of the inter. position of Mr Robert Bird, J.P., president of he Cardiff Liberal Thousand-an interposition which was sought and accepted by all the PARTUS INTERESTED—Mr Louis Samuel will retire from the eontest III the Roath Ward in favour of Mr M. Roberts-Jones, barrister, who will champion the caue. of Liberalism AT the ensuing municipal tleotion. Mr George David, solicitor, is the Con- lervative candidate. TO THE EDITOR. SLB,—A Conservative having entered the field, Mr Roberts-Jones and myself agreed to place our respective olaims before Mr Robert Bird, prasi. dent of the Liberal One Thousand, to say, under the circumstances, who ought to light on behalf the Liberals. Mr Bird has decided in favour of Mr Roberts. Jones, and I at once loyally accept his decision. [ hope all those friends and electors in Roath who so readily and spontaneously offered me their support will transfer their services to Mr Roberts-Jones and leave no stone unturned to leeure his election. We must not lose the seat. I bope on a future occasion to come forward in the Liberal interest,—I am, &c., LOUIS SAMUEL. Cardiff, October 18th, 1894.

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