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'NATIONAL UNION OF WOMEN SUFFRAGE.

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NATIONAL UNION OF WOMEN SUFFRAGE. ANNUAL MEETING OF THE RHYL AND DISTRICT BRANCH. There was a. large and representative guther- inn" at the a.nmial meetirtg held in the G-rosvenor Hotoi, Rihyl, on Tuesday. Mr Joseph Lloyd (goiioitor) ooeupied! tile ohji-ir, andi in an excel- lent address lakl particuW stretss upost tbo d'e- STabiJity oE into the Society the spirit of d?.moarac-y, oootemiirbg that a deraocratio eleinont a'or-o oo-uld hopo for such fa<r-reaching' effects which such a cause was sureiy seeking. The Hon. Secwtary (Mrs A. A. Sarsoa) then submittéd heT report, which included thsawks to Mira Do Ranoe for having piaocd her house at the fe^rvAe of the eomanifctee; special reference to Mr Boyd- Itobertson acid Mr Jonathan Joiaes, who had journieyedl from St. Aeap'h to attend1 aJl their moetings; and grate- ful ae,knowledgmient to Miss W. Wiitiams for hor invaluable services d'orng- the ycaji1. The princapal bualsnesB of the evening was then proceeded: with, viz., the elcctiori of offi- cials. The following were? ne-oJectod:—Presi- dent, Lady McLaren; vice-presidf'nts, Mrs De lianc,c arsd Miss IVrry; hon. ssortftsu-y, Mrs A. A. Sareon; hon. trea £ «rer0 Mrs Ilutton. M.rs Percy, Mrs Bromley. Miss Perks, Miss M. Wil- liams, a.YA Mr Boyd-Robenteon were re-elected as membc-rs of the g<?ne>rai cominit.bee, the new members being Mr Bevington, Mx Hubbard, and Miss RobinsORw Mias Hovey, B.A., Colwyn Bay, addressed the meeting,, taking as her theme thfe "Con- ciliation Bill" now awaiting furtiher faci'lities to pass through its final stages, and. which she explained had been drafted by a committee of 50 ni.R.b?,r-, -of th,, llou-,e of Comn-vits repm- each polit' incktdl?ng ic?al partv, and Mr l?irre,?l, LVt, John '?Nix Grey, Mr fl?a?&ne, Mr Balfour, Mr Bonar Law, Mr Kcir Hardie, and Mr Rifdmond. The Bill had passed the second r?adii:g witili a majority of 110. That majority, the speaketr jKunixxj out, was particu- larly large, tl>c majority for the Budget being only seven. Ths Bill, she declared, was a mode- rate practical nieaswre, and waa diesigned to inert the rcquircjin^nibs of ttil parties. It was sufficiently demcoratio to gain the support of most of the L&Lour Pa.rty, though opposed by Mr LI.Q3--cl Goorg?-, and Nfr N'? IP-ton Cil-?:lurchill as n,,?,t b-itit- -0-1 6-,Iffi--i-c'rvtly cteT-'C-'at<) li-.ies. He ';v,04?l-s Of tha-ric-3 to t.'he ChairTn!&-n, Irt speaker, and the officials terminated a most suc- cessful meeting.

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