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ELLESMERE PORT & WHITBY.

CONNAH'S QUAY & SHOTTON. !

HEL8BY.I

FLINT.I

FRODSHAM.I

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POINTS. 4 The bye elections are having a chaste- ning effect on Cobdenite Free Traders. Following up Sir John Brunner's memorable advice to his Radical friends to give up that part of the Manchester school's policy which is called laisser- faire," the Daily News" makes a remarkable confession. It admits that Cobdenism in one respect is obsolete and dead. Laisser- I faire' is an abandoned policy, and Free Traders can meet the legitimate anxieties and ambitions of business men only by shewing their readiness to use State action to promote national production and trade." All this, of course, is in conflict with the late jubilation of Mr. Lloyd- George and other eminent Radicals over our booming trade returns, but it is wonderful what curative effects a few decisive bye-elections can have on the most rooted principles of our opportu- nist Government.

LITTLE SUTTON.

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BROUGHTON. I

NORTHOP HALL, I

HESWALL.I

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BRONCHIAI, CKTARRII I

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CHILDER THORNTON. I

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GRESFORD. !

BURTON (IN WIRRAL).I

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