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WELSH UNION OF WOMEN'S LIBERAL ASSOCIATIONS. MEETINGS AT LLANDRINDOD. • e following members of the executive coon- tte Othe Welsh Union of Women's Liberal "Well lat'ons n,et> this week at Llandrindod Mrs Wynford Philipps, hon. president; ii aughan Da.vies, Aberystwyth, ban. tirea- Urer j Mrs Viriamu Jones, Cardiff; Mrs Bowen, nfeSI^eilt t'le Association Mrs Hum- I, rey«-OvreB) Newtown Miss Kate Jenkins, -'aogadoek Miss Brock, Swansea Mrs Lloyd Rhyl; Mrs IX A. Themas. Lla»w«* i ^rs Gwilym James, Merthyr Miss Ada Thomas. Haverfordwest; and Mrs Mullin, secre- taries. Mrs Eva McLaren, the hon. sec., was through illness. In the afternoon, Mrs Wynford Philipps pre. over a meeting of the committee which was held at the Gwalia. Hotel, when several matters Were discussed concerning the extension of the Union and the necessity of brmgmg the iafluanee and power of the Union to bear on the forth. coming parish and district councils election. Especially in reference to securing a. due propar- lion of women and working men on the councils. In the evening a public meeting was held at the Assembly-rooms, which was presided over by Mra Wynford Philipps- In addition to the ladies ibready Mn Gwyaeth Vauphan and Miss Wynne Thomas, of Swansea, supported the prtsrdenfc on the platform. The following resolutions were unanimously passed :— OD the motion of Mr Frank Edwards MP Mconded by Miaa Ada Thomas :— That tbfs meeting expresses itself in full svmnathv with .the Welsh Union of the WomeJs LS Associations, and rejoices that an Association will be formed at Llandrindod, and pledges itself to farther its interests and promote its object* of M Brook. RlieOftded by Miss Wynne Thomas, and supported by Miss Jenkins reaocnismf^thft p„M1 *e Local Government Act has elected to i«iri«li ''ght of men and women to ba ^dfetinc^n V, f district eouneils, and has made inhabitants n?u ^fe" l'le ricii and the poorer a due nrai,„„! Parish, this meeting is of opinion that nhnsfli? Portion of women and working men should be rinn^i^ c?u"c'Uors and it is essential that the c,¡u,ncl!lor" should be epa.red to carry out the Act In a.lIlts IDtegnity. Mra W yufom Philippe moved, and Mrs Mnlhn (Cardiff) seconded a resolution in favour of Welsh Disestablishment and JVfrs Vinanwi Jones moved, and Mrs Bowen seconded, a resolu- tion in favour of women's franchise. After a vote of thanks to the officials and mem- bers of the Union, moved by Mr BUesmwe, and sectittded by the Rev. John Williams, had been snthusiastically passed, a very successful meeting closed with the singing of Hen fy Nhadau," Misa JenKins singing the solo in Weteh.

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SOLICITOR COMMITTED FOR FORGERY.

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