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LOCAL ELECTION MOVEMENTS. I. THE SITUATION IN PEM- BROKESHIRE. Valuable SUGGESTION. A Pembrokeshire corrospondent,whos9 utterances are worthy of attention, writes to U9 suggesting plan by which two Unionist seats may be secured in Pembrokeshire. He writes:—The present posi- tion is this: Tho sitting member for the county, Mr. William Davies, has made himself unpopular with all the sEctions ot his party. By voting against. Mr. Jesse Collings's Bill, afterobtainin6 the agricultural vote by promising to support it, he ba. offended the agricultural labourers, who all expected to get their three acres and a cow." Again, by voting for Disestablishment he has alienated Churchmen, and now, by voting for Hotuo liule he has disgusted all the loyal and patriotic electors who voted for hitn at the last election. The member for the boroughs, Mr. Henry G. Allen, voted against Disestablishment, was absent from the division on Mr, Jesse Collings's Bill, and voted against Home Rule. Admiral Mayne, the unsuc- cessful Conservative candidate at tho last election, is still the adopted candidato of the Conservative party in the boroughs, and is quite willing to stand again. Mr. Philipps. the unsuccestftil Conserva- tive candidate for il,. county has, so far as is at present known, no intontion of offering himself as a candidate at tha coming election. Mr. Allen should, therefore, be invited to contest the county agninst Mr. William Davins, receiving the full support of the Conservative party in addition to tint of the Unionist Liberals, itnti Allinij,31 Mayno, in return for tho Conservative support given to ttr. Allen in the county, should recoive the ilInce of the Unionist Liberals in the boroughs, By this means there is littlo doubt that the two seats can be won for the Loyal and Unionist party. Admiral Mayne »as beaten at the last election by 265 votes, the whole Liberal party and many personal friends of Mr, Allen on tho Conservative side polling against him. If in the coming contest lie received the sup- port of one-half of the Moderate or Unionist Liberals, ho would be returned by n splendid majority over any Gladstonian candidate that might be brought forward. In the county Mr. Allen's return, backed up as he would be by a large proportion of the Liberals and th" whole strength of the Conservatives, would be a certainty.

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