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ANNUAL MEETING OF THE USK…

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PRIMROSE LEAGUE ANNUAL MEETING.

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PRIMROSE LEAGUE ANNUAL MEETING. The annual meeting of the Talbot and Tred-igar Habitation of the Primrose League was held on Wednesday afternoon, at the Tredegar Hall, New- port, Mrs E. E. Micholls, deputy-dame, presiding until Mr Edward Phillips was elected ruling councillor. It was reported that there had been an increase of membership in the last six months of 80 per cent. Miss Wallis resigned the post of one of the hon secretaries on account of the death of her mother. It was decided to elect Miss Ju I ia Hall as secretary, with Mrs Hearsey and Mrs E ale Marsh as hon sees to assist her, Mrs Hearsey being also hon treas. The awards for the year were as follows :-The wardens' gold challenge badge, Mrs Fussell the gold bar, Mrs Felix Thomas and the special service badge, Mrs Pcsrfitt, Mr Woodcock was elected organising hon secre- tary for entertainments and for men's meeting. Mr Micholls, prospective Conservative candidate for the Monmouth Boroughs, then addressed the meeting, dwelling: especially on the misrepresenta- tion of the Radical Piirty on the Education Act, the Licensing Act, and the fiscal policy. He was thoroughly in accord with Mr Balfour's policy when he said that we should get rid of the idea that \taxation should only be raided for the sake of revenue. He was against the taxation of raw materials. 0.

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Deatli of Earl Stanhope.

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