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CONSTABLE OF FLINT CASTLE.

MR BALFOUR AT EATON.

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FIFTY YEARS AGO.

FOOTBALL! FOOTBALL! I

MUSICAL NOTES.

THE ELECTION.

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THE ELECTION. PARTY GAINS. Unionist Triumph in Wales. DOUBLE VICTORY AT PLYMOUTH The declaration of yesterday's polls eltarted last night viith a Liberal gain at Stepney, and this was quickly followed by the success of Mr LJoyd Geor's favoured Socialist, Mr Lansbury, who won Bow and Bromley. Mr Laneibury is the gentleman who so tersely srumirriaoised his Socialistic programme in the scuit-ence, "I want the lot." Apart from the roc or d low majority of two for the Unionist in Mile End, a curiosity of tlie Bast London elections was the fact that Mr in Lime-house had exactly the same majority as ion January—131. Thiei monbsre of the Ministry to lose hen seat its Mr C. E. Mnllett, Financial Secre- tary to the War Office, who with his Liberal coløagule was defeated in Plymouth. The vie'tors weire Mr Waldorf Aster and Mr Shir- ley The latter opposed iM-r Burns in Battcirsea last January. The Paddmgton divisions sheaved ro change. Nor did Sheffield, which sent bae-k throe Unioncste., cr-o Liberal, and ore La-botur member. Sir gbyacauir King again wm Central Hull, and the other seats were held by thei Liberals as before. Dudi'ey yielded a Unionist gain, and put the two once more on a level on gtains for the whole election. The splendid result of Cardiff immedia,tely followed, and the Uncoiuiets were once more leading by one. Lood Charles Beresfcwd and Mr Fa-Le held Portsmouth for the Unionists. Another La.ncashire division, Newton, was won by Lord Wolmor, t'li-e sen of Lord Sel- boime. Wvth all the Lccdem results now known the representation of London (inoludiing Qrovdon) is complete. It compares as fol- lows for the three elections since 1006:- 1906. Jan. 1910. Dec. 1910. Unionists 20 34 31 Radicals 39 26 27 I-Aa b. and 3 2 "4 It ",èn bo seem that Iondoais exacts even- Jy divnded between the Unionist and the Radical Coalition. 'Ihe Rad teals have w<m Steipney, South- j wa.rk, and Beckham, and lost North 'Ming- ton acid \VH,)t'St. Pancras. The Labour and Socialists won Woolwich and Bow a.nd Brom- ley, Mr Lansbury 's victory in Bow is due to th.e Liberal withdrawal, in accce'd-anee ten Mr Lloyd George's advice to them at Mile End not to run la candidate but to vote for the Social xtst. MEMBERS ELECTED 352 UNIONISTS 168 RADICALS 1 124 LABOUR SOCIALISTS 22 _0. NATIONALISTS (Redmoaidites).. 34 O'BRIENITES 4 MEMBERS TO BE ELECTED 318

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FLINT AND DENBIGH HOUNDS.

DUKE OF WESTMINSTER AND HIS…

MR. BALFOUR AT WREXHAM