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 MR. MASTERMAN'S   REPLY. ——— I 1 ? WILL VISIT THE DISTRICT AFTER I ? CHRISTMAS. i We understand that the officiate of the I j Lheral Five Hundred of the Swansea j District have been in communication with | Mr. Masterman with regard to hi? adop- 'ion as Liberal candidate for the divMioa to fill the vacancy cauwd by the retire- [ ment of the Ri?ht Hon. Sir David Bryn- i mor J one»s. | The right hon. gentleman states that be appreciates the invitartion extended to him, and proposes to visit the constituency I to confer with the leaders of the party Ii immediately after Christmas. I POSITION COMPLICATED. 1 Reply to Morriston Delegate Wha I Objected to Procedure. ?ev. T. W. George, NNÜh, one of the oldest campaigners in the Swansea dis- trict, in an interview with a Leader reporter, had something to bay about the. objections of Mr. Edward Harris to the I adoption of Mr. Masterman, and also with regard to the letter of Mr. Phillip to a conteiiii),-)rary. There is. he points out, or o Liberal Association ini Neath or in the constituency. The first I meeting at Neath—that on Saturday week—was simply a meeting convened by 1.11r. Morris, solicitor, and Alderman Hopkin Morgan. An invitation was ex- tended to Liberals in all parts of the Swansea District to send representatives. It was the largest meeting of Liberals in the constituency eiuee 1905. A certain order of procedtire was put to the meet- ing and determined upon unanimously. The representatives of the various dis- tricts were sent back after having decided upon the method of pro- cetli,.re--to get names submitted to them for nomination as a suc- ceeding meeting the following Saturday. Every district complied with the resolu- tion of the Grst meeting, and all t e re- presentatives cae to last Saturday's mN'tmg with their nominees. The d?- trict which Mr. Edward Harris repre- f?uts had nominate in arcordanc? with the resolution. They had no right to question the method of procedure, having adopted it. All the objections now are beside the point altogether; if they had any objortions to make, they should have made them at thf1 first; meeting.) But Mr. Edward Harris was not at that first meeting at all. so how could he ap- prove of cr object to anything done there? The situation is very complicated. but not more so than it was in 1905, when Sir David Brynmor Jones fought Mr. Hedley, and my suggestion is that if Mr. Masterman will stick to us, we will etiek to him."

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