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The Irish Independent, commenting upon the fortunes of the elections, expresses its satisfaction with what it calls Mr. As nuith's unambiguous pledge to home rule
Capt. Leslie Orme Wilson, D.S.O., who was A.D.C . to the Governor of New South Wales from 1903 to 1909, was the Unionist candidate for Reading, for which the Liberal candidate Sir Rufus Isaacs the
Attorney-General, was this week re-elected. A highly interesting incident iu connec tion with the contest between the sitting member for Mile-End (Hon. II. L. Lawson) and Mr. D. 6. Straus, the Liberal candidate, who was defeated by two votp, is that one of the Unionist's supporterJ returned all the way from Monte Carlo |o register his Tote.