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ARTHUR HUMPHREYS-OWEN. i

THE CANDIDATES' POLICIES.

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Suffragettes at Newtown.

TO THE MEN OF THE MONTGOMERY…

THE CALL FOR A GRAND EFFORT.

THE MOCK PROPOSAL.

THE CONSERVATIVE CANDIDATE'S…

MARKET TOLLS AS PROTECTION.

THE COUNTY TORIES HOPELESS.

THE COUNTY CLERKSHIP.

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A Tax on Food and Clothing is equal to a Reduction of Wages. Colonel Pryce-Jones and a Taxed Loaf. HIS COMMITTAL. At his meeting in Newtown on Thursday evening, Colonel Pryce-Jones made a state- ment which caused considerable concern among some of his supporters. That con- cern accounts for the non-appearance of the statement in the local Tory press. Word for word, it reads as follows:— I am satisfied that if we do the same as all the other countries in the world—go in for moderate Protection- it will increase our population at home and cause greater prosperity than we have ever enjoyed. I have not budged from my Tariff Reform views. 'WE ARE GOING TO PUT A SMALL DUTY ON WHEAT, AND TO TAKE IT OFF TEA AND SUGAR.' I will never be a party—Mr Balfour has said the same thing and Mr Chamberlain has said the same thing-to increasing the cost of the food of the people." Plainly, therefore, the Conservative can- didate makes the starting point of Protec- tion a tax to tlM toait THE TRUE RING! THE OLD CHAMPION WELCOMES THE NEW!! LORD RENDEL'S STIRRING MESSAGE TO MR. HUMPHREYS-OWEN. My Dear Humphreys-Owen,— Honour for your father's memory, and regard for yourself, make me ardently desire your success, but, above all, my conviction that un- less the Veto of the House of Lords be now abolished no hope of justice for any Welsh National Cause remains. ZIEXTDEL.

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