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MR DE F PENNEFATHER TO CON- TEST A LIVERPOOL DIVISION. Colonel Gerald lvyftin-Taylor, M P. for the Kirkdale Division of Liverpool, has cided to retire at* the end of the pn m. Parliament. His reasons are solely Urn may have more time for municipal and oiber work. The Unionists have selected Mr. <?.. P. Pennefather, the senior partner in the Li ver- pool firm of American cotton merchant*, Messrs. D. F. Pennefather and Co., as their candidate. Mr. Pennefather was at one nmo a director of the Liverpool Cotton Exoha igJ, is a member of the council of the Chamber of Commerce, and has taken a prominent part in establishing a summer camp for poor boys. Mr. Pennefatber contested N rt,ii Monmouthshire in 1910 against Mr. McKenna and from 1906 to 1910 was prospective Unionist candidate for North Herefordshire, but retired on account of illness. Mr. Pennefather, who resides at Kinnersley Castle, is, of course, well known through- out North Herefordshire, where he conduc- ted a vigorous campaign. At the eleventh hour, however, he retiredowing to illness and Sir James Rankin regainel the seat for his party.