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WATERFORD ELECTION.

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WATERFORD ELECTION. DECLARATION OF THE POLL. The result of the poll in the city of Waterford in the election of a Member of Parliament in succession to the late Mr Richard Power (Parnellite) was declared on Thursday morning of last week by the High Sheriff, the figures being r Mr J. REDMOND (Parnellite) 1,755 Mr. M. DAVITT (Anti-Paraellite) 1,229 Majority 546 PREVIOUS ELECTIONS. 1886. I 1885. Mr Richard Power (P) I Power (P) 2,308 unopposed I Bloomfield .(C) 250 I Majority .2,058 Population, 29,181 Electorate, 3,946 The authorities had made great preparations to prevent disturbances, and strong forces of soldiers, and Constabulary paraded the streets vr r! After declaration of the poll, Mr Davitt's remark that the fight had been won by a combination of terrorism and Toryism created much excitement, which, however, soon subsid d. The memhers of Parliament of both contesting Parties returned to Dublin by the same train Thursday afternoon, and the police succeeded in keeping their respective followers apart.

THE ROYAL SHOW AT WARWICK.

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I THE NEW FACTORY REGULATIONS.

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