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DISTRICT COUNCIL ELECTIONS. CLOSE CONTESTS EXPECTED NEXT .J APRIL. A RUSH FOR THE SEAT IN THE WEST WARD. Notwithstanding the fact that the Barry Urban District Council election is three months off, interest has already begun to be excited in the contests. It it hoped, and, indeed, gener- ally believed, that the decision of the County Council respecting the extension. of the boun- daries and the consequent increase of member- ship will be forthcoming before that time. Councillor Paterson's seat in the West Ward will be assailed by Mr Sam Griffiths and Mr Pursall, while it is not yet definitely known whether Mr Councillor John Thomas will seek re-election for the North Ward, where Dr. O'Donnell has intimated his intention of be- coming a candidate. Should Dr O'Donnell be in the field, the compromised form of the Trades Council must necessarily assist him very greatly, and wiU probably secure his return to the Council, where, in sanitary matters, he has rendered valuable service to the town, since the formation of the old Barry and Cadoxton Local Board. Councillor Jose, J.P, will, as far as at present seems, have a clean course in the South Ward. Even there, how- ever, tKepositioii is not too secure from opposi- tion'ofcan unjustifiable character from one of the many aspiring Tories, who have hitherto appeared in past fights, but from time to time meeting defeat. The East Ward so far is an unknown quantity. Rumours are ripe pointing to a plethora of candidates. Everything, indeed, points to our having a lively time next April.

,,' YOEMANY SERVICE IN GLAMORGAN.

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