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I State Purchase 1. h.. t.l l !:t' LADY HOWARD AND THE PRIME MINISTER. The policy of State Purchase uf the liquor trade with local option was. en- dorsed by a representative convention at Llandrindod on Thursday. In moving the resolution, Lady Howard said she was asked that day if it were true.that the Prime Minister's contention was that there should be local option without State purchase. Iler ladyship could only answer that query by saying that she at Downing street on May 11th when the Prime Minister, replying to the deputation from Wales, said that one of the great features of this State %purchase was to be local op- tion (cheers). It had been a great day for Temperance workers; they could see the prospect of some progress. Her hus- band was for 36 years engaged actively in the Temperance cause (cheers), and she was glad to say that before lie died he saw the dawn of State purchase and rejoiced (cheers). Councillor Peter Wright (Newport) seconded the resolution, which was sup- ported by Mr. Lewis Haslem, M.P., and Hev. Thomas Hughes, and carried with cheers.

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