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"WELSH V. NORTH COAL. I

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COUNTY COUNCIL I ELECTIONS. I GREAT RADICAL DEFEATS. I IMPORTANT VICTORIES IN CARMARTHENSHIRE. BRECONSHIRE GOES CONSERVATIVE. ( CARMARTHENSHIRE. The election of 51 representatives to form the couti-y counci I fcrC(iTwattl)e-, st)ire took place on riiuridny. Six worc rrturne,1 bv municipal boroughs, and the remaining 45 will represent the country divisions. There were eight unopposed rettiins. The number of aldermen to bo elected is 17. The returning officer wa3 Mr. J Iin Feel. Danrrallf, Llangadock, the higlt-slieiiff (Mr. J. W. Gwjnne Iloghea) being a candidate. The (loputy ieturning officers who acted for Cannar-j ttionstiire were:— M, J. W. !t)c?)n)«, «)Hr)to)-. H*nd)to. Mr J. F. ?Uctt<.r. C?m?thtn. Me n DcU'n Bn.ii, MtWw, Car.tigan Mi-inioiaas I'arkil,.oltcttor, Carmaithen. Mr nah??f?wn.toUeitar.L?n???. Mr Thoioai J.jiim, io;kit.,r, Manilnvery. Mr J?l Jeitnlng*, (df" to the jns'ic>s, Llan I'v 3d D L,?,. tft.'i, ,?,;Jr. t,?'<!?'?''  M W. li ?k 1, !"t?, 'I.k, Wr 'n?mtttL'o.nt.??dU.r.r?nn?t.r. Mr U.C.t?w?.))citor.H.<)y. ltf r W. RrtT1 Gr fiHIu, • l!tit or, C*rr:iRrU:en, Wi ThtHJI.' Waber.. if-lid'or, C",rmarthtn. Xr Jm.. Jobn, loUcttor, Or.rmar\hen. I CA'iMARI HEV. I [FMOK OCR OWN kKTORTSU.1 THUHSPAT AnrRNOoy. The voting liere has Rc ue on steuWy all day m four pol bO'W}% ani Uio a^owu ici <)n' ",lfedQ" Iia« pr,d considerably greater than wa-- at ticpsiod. The "trft't leading lo ihe ar Sf'dfi?t groups ufp<?.p).t.,7t)h.?.Mhot;te r.ty..ho??t)titynnt?et;c???.)(,f rädi fmt:n ?nyf)«'ti?n<ft).pe?rt"t!f?h).rJ?t,w,,? as ever. )'?t!?ou')yin?)).rtsoft?e)rw.))he)nt.'r''st M in Ihe mff4ir can hardlv be Said to have risen to excitoment as yet, but cnco or f\'k9 lo.JarallMtly there h? t?en a 6'irrmrth!) contn ho.»lh, in GuiJ.lJiiill-sqiKite, makf. peaceable people fem thin there may bo a row before bedtime. It is impossible to form nn"v good giiew 98 yet concerning ttie litobible result of the p,l). Tiie Conservnieoj in th« WV<tern W.rd aie hopeful of reluming Mr. James rhilij p-, although 'tc<nnotb?den?dnMcMr.DKi)tf.nMnrt;anf?.n of the '"< K.v. P.?..?m gi,n) i.? ,t,* g can didate on th? Liberal id.. The chances of Mr. D. H. 't h'litins, another Conservative. ar.> considered sn.i t*tt»r, for he U a popular member of an old and popular family, a successful farmer, a large ratepayer, and one who is greatly interested in the welfare of the placa, while his Liberal opp n-nt i Mr. Warren, fo raerly an alderman of the b irough) is not now even a resident o! ilie lown. In Ho Eastern Ward Alderman Norton, a Liberal Cnh nut, has an excellent chance Brewer* are gener-.lly successful in elect iori.ering. -tr.(t bir. Nortt,n Ilits ttlw!tv% been n fav-,uritj to- many reasons among bi, fellow-c'itiiens, whom h» in tt?,, ."A 'Ii e ('on-(,, va'ive candidate for the olher division of the ward tMr. H. Brunei White) is a rising solicitor, an-! although a yyungman, he lias mad. vert favour- able impression already, both in his ptofes-don and in tlia s'cial life uf his nnt ve town.o far as news h., yet cottio in Trom the counlrv divisions, everything appears io be going on quieily, but ir. mt st places political leaders, especially Libera'e. show great earnestness, and it is piobahle that only sinitil numbsr of voters will remain un, polled. In rn s, will be de- layed till to morrow (Fi idaj ). Eur VepsR (4881.—One member. Mr Henry Norton. Gteeu HI I, t.revrer (tT) tlj 191 Majority Z2 Iast Lcwkh (16). -One member. Mr T. Jenkini, Park H.aife, merchant (T.) ?X5 Mr Brunei Wiiit*. aoliclCor (C) 230 Majority ft Tht« was tha ifgure given by a leccinrt eeunt, which era* "a,,(j.d. lh. lint announcement btlnl: 1\ majority of only 3. WMT PfFM('St).-On< tncmbtf. Mr 1). ». Morgan, soticilor L) 251 Mr J. 1'h.Ulpa. draper (C) 18ii Msjorlty G9 w*st Lower (J54).—On* member. .M. r Thomas, Derliyn, (irmar (C) ITS Ur W. eI. G. Warren, Teiiby. Merchant (L) 132 Majority 47 There were in all four divisions only seven spoiled votes. The whole- constituency nuuihets 1 816. rut of which 1.620 were polled. Eight hundred and four votes were recorded for the Conservative candidates and the Tnionist, and 818 for the Liberal candidates, It is confidently stated that Mr. Brunei White would have easily wo» the contest but for the unfortunste fact I liat 130 loss than ton of his supporters woro too ill to como out to vote. BEITWfl '5Ç9L-Ono member. Mr W. N. JonN, Ammanford, auctloneor (L277 Mr James Kees, Cvrmamman, draper 230 lIaJority 47 CRNAnTft (488,00e member. Mr n. Davlea, Cr*'KtMn,f<trmer IL 239 Mr 11. W. ?.11 )W? Gl,-p.I. ?C) 16,5 Majority. 74 CltTOWH (SM.-One member. Rev T. Bvans, Hcnllytfawr (TT) H6 Mr R. C. Davyi, r gentlemen .(C) 137 Mr 1). (Z. Vaugbari, Pantyrhedw.gentleman.(Ct 6J Majorily IS KIDWELLY BOKOOGH <3I6).-One member. Mr 1) Htepbeni iL) 135 Mr. T, W. A. Evans <U) 85 Mr D. J. Jbn .(0 28 Majority 50 ILANBOIDY AND WIIITLAND.- T.mb-. Rev. W. Thomat (L) fiS2 Mr. John IJe?.1 l y. (L) 452 Mr. J. B BMM. (h, 321 Mr. job. Beynau, J.p (C) 2C6 I,T,tNDEB:B (481).—One member. r?.rd D C) 250 k'I;j; t i:¡;i; 'k"ii; ;æ i HAjorlty. 74 m?DTO !!U)JAL(&).-OMmemb<t. MrThOM13 Powell, uetttlenien (I,) 351 Herbert Feet, l'åli,l¡'; ,Jj 1 Worlty 149 LLA^DILO URBAN (310).-One member. V. J. Owynna Hughe*, gentleman IL) 174 Major John Thomai, tinibrr meicliant VC) 120 Maj irity 54 LLANDOVERY BOROUGH (315),-On member. Colonel D. E. Jones, Velitidre (C).-Uiiopposad. LLANBDY (372).—One men.ber. X. Evan Kvaus. Biwfawr (L).—Unoppoied, LLAIfFIHANQEL ABBP.BTTHICK (390).- One member. Viscount Smlyn, Qolden Grou (C).—Unopposed. LLLNFIITANGBI,AR-ARTH «01).-0na member. Mrfiran Harris*. Khuwlyd, rHorlaer (L).- U Mppveed. LLANOADO' K (531).—One member. Mr J. Jankluf, Glansawdde i.L) 270 Mr IV. N. Lawli, Cefngonorth (I,) (;13 Majority 57 mNQELFK (59t).-0? member. Mr Iewlt, Meirm-lull (L> m I H. 'J:iiï::¡:p' 2 rl Majority B IXANGBNDKIP.NK Mr Bvani, Alltyuailno (L).—Unopposed, Lt.ANOKNNEOlI member. Mr J. Olrn Thomas, mmiufaoturar (L) 202 Bev B. A. Uavtes (C) 111 Majority 91 T-LANOrf (278).—One member. Major K. liilry (U) 90 Majority. ó5 LLANSAWEL (316) -011- member. Sir J. U. W. Druinmo.id, b»ru (C).—Unopposed* LAUGIIAR 'ip e.br. Mr 145 JJr Jl, >Auikuer,(C) 12U Majority, 17 MOTHVBY 13(1).-One Utmber. Mr Oeorge june.. geittlaumti (L) 173 Mr John L*wi», gQiitlemau (L) 13G Majority 40 PttMBKEY (I,rff).-T,. memben. Mr W. J. Buckley, brewrr (1) 111 Mr W, 110".11., New Lo<Ue. iolleltor .(1.) 460 Rev 1). Kv*ns. C""I(T'eJlot1<nlal mtnliter _(1.1 397 Mr 7. WlilUmi, MU6t. f-l-Of (C)M 3" QUARTER BACH (491).-0. member. Mr Bowel K*«»p Cwminmin (L).~UiioppQMil. lIT. -W"Oppwd. I zl I- BRECONSHIRE. The election In this county took place on Thurs- day. The numner of counelliore la 45, and 0' these nineteen were returned unopposed, leaving 28 aeate to be eonuried. Tber. mutt be firteen aldermen electa d. ü Th* deputy-returning olsam *We I M John l'=' MH.O.!<)eh. l?n.. I% own. D. B. Tn?bet?))*. Pnuedows. itr U. Ii M!«.Mwthyr. Me It- 0. .DUI, "n. Th-e Wtill.?., T.It.,t Brew Mr 0. Bydntr Davlet, Orlnkhnw*ll. Mr )t.M.A.UtHtt.Ort<owt)). Mr Wi'?'n ?. I<w)t. OttettM?tt. iii. Kvan O.en, IInlith. Mr ■ 1' Owen, RuUth. Mr H. Valli" V'Q.bD. BnllUl. I Mr t?.. H?M. JIullb, Mr E.BCnMtt?. ,? Mr c))M)ttehmu)'.Hty. Mr l> T. J?Or.ye. #I"-n. = II v Rlcha, Ø.'II-. S-'OD. Mr M F. Ttv m a. At OOt<M*. Nt«'« 'b;J3:t Mr 0. fhnt)p<. Btotn. i. i WUCQX BOMMN. ?? 'he <M MM* ?!tt? th* banub e?t ?? 'MWt WMtM' ? W?. teste were very keen for tho divisions of St. Mary e and St. David's. Colonel Morgan and Nr. Lewis Jones were the candidates for tit. Mary Division and the Rev. Bees Pi ice and Mr. Morgan for St. D,tviis. A good deal of exc.temcnt prevai'ed in these districts, and a lienvy poll wa* expected. The results were declared about iiine o'clock '— r?n. ?*"? DIV1810 31),Ont MIMIx-r. I ('0101, John ?"?' hl^h ""="" and "?r of BrOCII" .(0, 143 t Mr Lewis JoitM, wine mcrchaut (L) J9 M?ortty. 84 t;.??' ??'s '"?'X 1374).—One .?tMber. !iey ife?t rtce. t)(? of 8t. Davld'i (C) 123 MrJuhaMo)gft!),cunkr .i:.) 113 MsjorlJy g nf. T ?'' ?"'s Division (199).—Oj)« mcmXr. M*iv i JtoI.m Evans, broker (C).~Dnoppoted.  ?JR1)Ivlsl0* 005).—One m.mr, Alderm." W,dh.m GlIJe,.aollcl\IIr ..O,).-l'norpÐ'I. WA'?"? DIVISION One member, ?Utrnt.?. John ij.'t?'? ? .?.?.!?.?'):<,Md. After iJ)o po)l nan <Je<l»rel in the liornugb the oan.U.?tps (C< bnet John Morgan ?od ilieRw. Koo.< I'rkp), afOidt iho gre excitement, were Uiwvvn through tlia town in a carri"go pupp i-d hv ?!r. Medc^lf. Tho Wellington HoUl W"8 i!JuJI.i. ?te:t with Jtpun?s.- lamps, & U'?nka to Mr ,wtJ Mr. Lewj. of )ho hotel. T?r tM?r?)9 were ,oll,d through the town in eAmmeivtorttii#»n of tite nhe cxciUmeut inMounrp g tu<> return of St Joseph Hailev. Hiri., M.P., L^rti-heu'cnani of tho cmrtj. Mr/itaike#, A»d Mr. Umtrva Dnvivs. BATTLE (i37).-Or.. member. Mr n. D. Cicasl'V, I'cnojre, J.P (C).-V:ioppo«-d UKYNMAWn.—Four M.ita. (27).-Ono menil^er. Mr li,l! I I Jajne, Mr J.lliomfvs vU>}* ro local hoard .(1.).- t'in rposed Sonn <One member. "'£ST (213; nile RIml.ler. Mr J. L:1 J, LyJiiui), pluntber ani BClT.TIT (31),-0", member. Mr. Joini DmvJms wine merrhnnt ————? 131 ••nten, ««ent (!-) j i» j\¡M {¡ ¡I¡ ??'t?"?"? ?)' i Majority 60 Ç¡;l"XCO¡;lJ'.CY!\nrr.R. 0" V AYXOR (.31).-000 M. Wm. TLommn Crawsimy", CyUrlliU I.. I. (U VnoppowJ. CRAY (1q;O" IHtOlh r. hlr Owm Price. Xsn yrarn, f.riner CRICKHOWKLIj (269).—Ona mt-mbrr. up'aifj K. G lJade. afi'citor (C) 16L 63 Mfijmity 93 CWMDU (171>.—One member. Mr. Robert J.p., Pcn;drth (C) 83 Mr.y.K,t).vkh.?.o.?'cr.?p,M- ?' ———(f.) 71 Majority 12 G l:LLY A-ND DUirriYN, or VAYiiOU UPl'KIt (95).— 0,,e mm. Mr Thomas J^nes, Dowials (L) 15 Air Wor'"r M. >'urlh, Vaplor ?C) 44 Majority 1 HAY (314),— One member. Wr R. T. Grlflhhs, solicitor (,L).-Llnopiiosed, n.v. D. A. Grifli hs. Imlnpen lent minlsier (I.) 126 Mr. William 0. Alu^g, Brynwer;» Hull ^C) 61 75 Til.ANI>EFAhLE fl5O).-O, Immher. Mr J. Williams V;iug!iai>, jun., VcJiiin-.wydif, J ,}' L) 265 MiWi.iiitni AiorgAii.CourtiUeoa, iurintr (C) 61 j Majority IXANRLLY. RL'RiL. Ea^tkrk (194).-One member. All Wiii. Tuaber%i,l .I. (L).-Unopposed. RuBAt, WiiSTEUN (325).-One member. 11\' Lewis Pritch&rd (.L).—Unopposed. ttANGAMMATtCH (19g).-0Ile member. Mr Cl,a,],. N.ti (L U, Mr ETau Joues, Gai th (L> g-j 1I.¡orlty. 10 LLANGAITOCK member. Sir J. K B?itty. Ban M.P (0) 77 Mr hU::I'I:CriJi:¿iPeii:Z f1 Majority 4 j TJ AN'GYNIOKR (07).- One member. Mr M. P. Jones, Talybont, Umbei merchant (L).- Uuoppoeed. I.T.ANSPYDD)D (107).-One member. Cn] v. J. W. Morrit),. Uu?.d, J.P (O) 4# Mr ?uU&m 6 .Id -I ?,, IoU e,' .(L) 4? tttiortty. 1 member. Mr 11. L. Lloyd, lti.yd (C).-U.Iopposed ItLANWBTYD (232).-0"1 member. Mr Penry Liyd, J.P., GUnhenwye(LU)—Uuoppoeed LLYSWPN (168. >— One member. T. TM'' y_4,. Ti,? COCk8, J.P (0) 73 Mr S. XMvies, machinist (L) 68 Majority 15 AtAESOAR (Z'One member. Re? PiibcnHary William*. J.P., Abercamisis (C) 118 lie? Kees Williams, Defynock. Tnd. minister (L) 81 Mr Lewis Lewis, Penpentre, farmer. (C) 18 Majority. 31 MERTHYIt CY* OG (166).—One member, Mr John Jonee, LbinfUlo, fsrmer (0) 74 Mr. Wutkia JJavies, CwmacUe, farratr (L) 72 M.j",Ity 2 PALLEG, or YSTHADGUN LAIS LOWER No.1 (284), -0 member. 11., r..vi Rees, Pwllrhydighoavr, coHiery pro- prietor L) !4? Mr. Ree. Wl1jj"u. Giynmeuri^, farmer (L) 12! YajorllV. 23 E,;L)F.RYN oZM).-One member. Mr WilUum Williams, Uirwain (L> 149 Mr John Jenkins, Trebanogfawr (L) 66 Mljorlty, 83 UHOSFEU1G (174),—ne member. Mr. Davitl Williams, BuMth, farmer (O 95 Mr. Jolll1 Williams, Brecon, manufAc\urer.(1,) 1>7 Ahjúrlty, 3S TALGARTH (Zil).—One member. Mi F. W. Hoolis, TmRtinter Park tl>—Unopposed TALYttOST (223).—On. member. Mr 3.1'. W. ;ii¡I:;¡?nc'IrJl'. (C).- Unopposed THKOASTLK (186).—One merabtr rr Morgan Watkins. Bryntwarcli, farmer.(L) 1C.q JU r Joseph Joseph, Graiggicli, tatner ke) 5tS Maj rlty 6 VAt.E OF G ROYNEY (177).—Ot e memt.er, Mrll. Q. Jamea, Crh-kli "Well, manufaettirer(I.) 75 Mr J. A. Dovle, Llangattock, J.P (I) 73 Majoritr 2 TSTRADOCHLAIS HIGHER (lOl).-One member. Nir J. E. Moure, NeAth, J.P (Cl-U,ppod YSTIlA UG UNLUS IOTBH (326).-One member. Mr i:. S. Ho"t1nn, landtgenf (O) )28 Hev. Lewis Jones, Congregational ml"bter (L) } 19 Mr J. T. ..rg (L) 67 Majority 9

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