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I DIARY OF COMING ENGAGEMENTS.

- PRACTICAL CHURCHMEN.

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Mr. J. H. Welsford's candidature for Crewe in the Unionist interest was considerably strengthened by Monday night's enthusiastic demonstration at the Town Hall. From tho out- sot Mr. Welsford has tackled Crewe, not as the lea.der of a forlorn hope, but as a man who meant to fight and win the seat back to its former Unionist allegiance. The more the electors of Orewe know him, the bettor they like him, partly owing to the contagion of his personal enthusiasm in the cause, and partly becauso they neeognise in him an expert business man, who is equally au fait with social questions and with the larger problems of Imperial policy. As a far-travelled man and a large ship-owner Mr. Weleford would be an ideal representative for an industrial constituency like Crewe, where busi- ness ability is of the first importance. As the Chairman of Monday night's gathering observed, "In Mr. Welsford they had a powerful and patriotic pilot who would pull them through the shoali of the coming General Election.

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A FORGIVING WIFE. ------

THE LATE MR. C. EDWARDS. --...-.--