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Ton-Pentre Police Court.

Treherbert Chamber ofI Trade.

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Annual Meeting of the Glamorgan…


Annual Meeting of the Glamorgan Division of the Conservative and Liberal Unionist Associations. The annual meeting of the above Asso- ciations was held at the Ton and Pentre Conservative Club, Ystrad, on Tuesday, April 29th. The chair was occupied by Mr. J. Herbert Cory, J.P., supported by Lord Ninian Criclfton Stuart, M.P., Mr. H. L. Lynn Blosse (treasurer), Dr. Tre- harne. Mr. Lovat Frazer, M.A., Carulff, Mr. Waddington, Dr. Parry, Ferndale, Alderman Lewis Morgan, Mr. Francis (solicitor), Cardiff, 'Mr. Littlejohns (tho secretary of the division), and Several delegates from the both Rhonddas. The usual business having been gone through, Lord Ninian Stuart, M..P, gave a lengthy address upon tho present poli- tical situation, which was received with acclamation. The ilion. member men- tioned that in the Unionist Party. there was no class distinction, and that Home Rule was no good, but agrarian legislation was better. He (tho speaker) stated that he asked a question in the House of Com- mons on the Disestablishment Bill, and received no definite answer. He also hoped that South Glamorgan would be won for the Unionist Party under the generalship of their new agent. A scheme of leasehold enfranchisement was a strong plank in the Unionist programme at the next election. Mr. F. Waddington proposed that this meeting strongly urges the constituency to carry on a substantial educational cam- paign by means of open-air meetings during the months of June, July and August, so that the constructive policy of the Unionist Party and the destructive j legislation of the present Radical Govern- ment may be properly explained to the electors of South Wales. Upon the invitation of Mr. John Owen (delegate from the Llwynypia and Tony- pandy Conservative Club) the next quar- terly meting of the Association will be held at the Llwynypia. and Tonypandy Conservative Club. I Mr. Richards proposed a vote of thanks to the chairman, Mr. J. Herbert Cory, J.P., and referred to the chairman's election as high sheriff for the county. The vote was seconded by Mr. Lovat f Frazer in a very neat speech. After the con ference, the company par- took of a cold luncheon provided by the Ton and Pentre Conservative Club, under the able management of Mr. and Mrs. Price.


IMid-Rhondda Free Church Council.

i Ratepayers' Meeting at lYnymhir.