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POLLING DAY. Trip Rotund the Constituency- Aid. David Mattheivs, J.P. (CoalitionJ. Coun. David Williams, J.i'. (-LaLoaiv. L,Iectorate-26,641 (Absent Voters, 3,970). Declaration: J uly 23rd. All goes well for the oiheiai Libend Coalition candidate. A tour of trie con- stituency ciuring the morning showed that although polling was very siov, tiio trend was aecideaiy Aiatthev»rte. Those who, by long experience, have learned the dlfhcult art of gauging x-ii- feeling 01 tile constituency state tiuiv the best indication is at ali times ¡¡b.. voice of the child. If that be the ease, tehn, judging from the exuberation <&-< the younger generation, the successful | return of Alci. Matthews is a foregone conclusion. The progress of the Uoaii- j tion candidate as he made a wlliuWUlC. tour of the constituency on morning was a triumphant one. where he was cheered and hsiied acclamation, and at ?iornston es;>e- | ciaUy-amoug his own peopie—therf was a wonderful display 01 enthusiasm. The constituency is ? very scatterec j one, and although well served, with care the various Coalition committees founa that the vehicles were not numerous j enough, i'erhaps there are readers wfco have care they would like to otter, and; the central committee rooms at the; I Grand Hotel would be very glad of such offer. .ferhaps the feature of the display of bannered and chalked exhortations »vus that at rentrepoeth i-oiiing nootn, Mor- I riston, where the name Matthews" .1 was cnalked in circuiar fashion on the vast open road leading to the booths, whilst the voters were asked to vote for Matthews the .W orkmen's TiiUkr d Frien. Up to twelve o'clock about one-hftn of the electorate h?d poUed, but it wasil expected on both sides that the poll would be a heavy one. o j A last word. Supporters or Ald. Mat- thews are warned against over-confi- dence. Every voter must go to the poll. If that is donet the result will be another j splendid victory for Constitutional Gov- j  ernment j

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