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P EM BROKE DOCK BOROUGH SESSIONS.

--IMR. J. JENKINS, M.P., AND…

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many ways. It was not necessary for them to abolish the House of Lords. They were merely going to say We are going to run this show." Let the House of Lords come before the elec- tors of some constituency. He wanted to eman- cipate the House of Lords. He thought that it would be a far higher honour for them to sit as representatives of the people, than in their present position. In conclusion, the hon mem- ber referred to the coming county council election, and alluded to the importance of returning good men to the council to carry on the good work that was being done. Mr. J. Grieve seconded, and referred to the Merchant Shipping Bill of Mr. Lloyd George in most complimentary terms. He also referred to tha work of Mr. McKenna, and Sir Heniry Campbell Bannerman, and asked how could they feel anything but confidence in a Govern- ment with him at the head. The resolution was then put and carried. Mr. T. Barnikel moved "That this meeting desires to express its unabated confidence in Mr. Owen Philipps as the representative of these Boroughs in Parliament, and takes the present opportunity to convey to him the warmest thanks of the whole community for his great exertions on behalf of H.M. Dock- yard and for the retention of the troops at this garrison." He also added a vote of thanks to Col. Ivor Philipps for his address. He felt assured that during the past their member had been working for them heart and mind. Mr. A. J. Adams seconded and said' that he regarded Mr. Philipps as an ideal member, whilst his actions during the past year had been such as to inspire their confidence. Mr. J. Rowlands supported, ard the resolu- tion v'as carried with acclamation. Mr. Owen Philipps replied and said that as long a8. they gave him their confidence, he would always carry out the pledges he had given, and also always do his best to advance the interests of Pembroke Dockyard. He then proposed a vote of thanks to the chairman. Ald. McColl -opl.ied and the meeting then broke up, with the singing of the National Anthem.

--IMR. J. JENKINS, M.P., AND…