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RHYL. DISTRICT COUNCIL ELECTION. The annual election of Urban District Councillors took place on Monday. There are 18 members on the Council, six for each of the three Wards in the town, and two in each Ward retire in rotation annually.. A contest was averted in the West Ward this year, by the withdrawal of all the gentlemen nominated excepting Dr. Girdle- stone and Mr. J. H. Ellis, the retiring can- didates. In the Bast and South Wards there was a keen eempetition, though there was but little in the way of excitement to show that an election was in progress in the town. In the South Ward five candi- dates went to the poll-Messrs. R. Jolley and Ames Maltbey, the retiring candidates, and Messrs. J. S. Greenhalgb, John Hughes, and C. Hubbard. For the East three candi- dates entered the list-Dr. Pritchard, Capt. Keatinge, and Mr. T. C. Amos, auctioneer. The polling for this Ward took place in the Clwyd Street Infant School, under the pre- sidency of Mr. Arthur Rowlands, the return- ing officey a.a rer the South Ward in the Corn Exchange, under the presidency of Mr. J. Pierce lawis, deputy returning. officer. Up to 6 o'clock the polling was very slow, but during the last two hours, became more animated. The result was announced shortly after 9 e'eleek as follows:— EJMW WAID. Dr. Morton Pritchard 221 Captain Kestings 212 Bletted. Mr. T. C. Anee 17" Son. WARD. Mr. J. S. Greenhalgb 802 Mr. A. Maltbe 169 Elected. Mr. R. Jolley 158 Mr. John Hughes 149 Mr. R. Habbaird 23

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