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Dr. Rutherfoord Harris's Candidature.

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Dr. Rutherfoord Harris's Candidature. The contest in the Dulwich division is being keenly watched in the Monmouth Boroughs, and Dr. Rutherfoord Harris, the Unionist candidate, has received many cordial messages of sympathy and en- couragement therefrom. Lord Tredegar has sent the following: "As president of the Monmouth Bor- oughs Conservative and Unionist Asso- ciation, I heartily wish you success in your fight at Dulwich, and trust that on Tuesday next you will be elected as a supporter of his Majesty's Government by a, large majority." The executive committee of the Newport Conservative and Unionist Association, the Licensed Victuallers, and various Conserva- tive clubs have also sent encouraging words, and on Wednesday a deputation of five arrived at Dulwich from Newport bearing a manifesto from some 2,600 working men, engaged in thirty-two different trades, expressing their appreciation of the quali- ties of Dr Harris, and urging their fello w working men in the constituency to rally to his support. This manifesto was presented to the candidate personally, amid much en- thusiasm, at a meeting held in his support in the Avondale Hall, East Dulwich. In spite of a strong and organised opposition at his daily meetings, it is satisfactory to learn that the doctor is rapidly gaining ground in the constituency, and although his return on Tuesday next is confidently anticipated, no effort will be relaxed to secure this end. Over-confidence is a failing which the doctor and his supporters are strenuously resisting.

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