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THE aMEHMf jI6R(WiH 4. tl pfifUafc for tao new Loedon trough eotjaeB fcolr pUcd ywlcrday la too "wnolo of tho agteWktthlelpal arbai. Wilh few exception Uxo coatt tar boon ooadociedoa patty Unctytho inPsttflstOI mainly dmcriblng thcmSClTCT M OOP - MrraUTtsa, Unionists, or Moderate' and' Pro - leaiTea, tlxMtgh in certain districts tho nomlna - Uons included Independents, Socialists, and Labour men. Tho hours of polling verb from 8 to 8. fcomo of tho declarations woro held oyer imtflto - dT. Tho following aro tho results do - clared last night : BATTERSEA. Sl Jeha's Ward fSi. The Alliance candidatee are ocrted bv the Conservatives sad Unionist. Al Alan us ), S; ArtlU (A.), CS ; RmaT (A.), 5S5, elected. A.. 6S9: Barna flp.. 201. and two ether candidate. Broom wood Vard (6). Cameron, 1,311 ; Raymond, L2 : Fawcett, 1,273 : Hbeppofd, 1,2 ; Smith, 1253 ; Watts, lj3S, all (A.), elected. Ersns (P.), 328, sod Six outer candidate. BERMONDSET. Su John Ward ttY. - lkwoll (M.), (VX S6; Boaa (P.), 382, elected. sad tare other candidates. 2S0 ; Wallsgrove Carbitt (M.). 219, St. Thomae (3). MtUwa (M.1, 178 ; Godding Of.), 1SJ ; Fells (M.), 150, elected. Davies (P.), 71, and two others. St - Olav rsi. - Shaw (IX 118: Collins CPX 101 Bbley (!). K, elected. Benwick (M.), 65, sod five other candidate. No. 3 Ward RotherhlthoWVcxey, 400 ; Moss, 353 ; BrawsfieU. 354, sll (M.). elected. Wilson (), 163, end two other. Ward 3. Betberhlthe (6). fitnart (P.). 539 : Doxon (M.)f 489 ; Streetea (M.). 463 : Brown (1L), 4C3 ; Mills (M.), 419 ; Smith (P.), 429. elected., BeUchambers (M.), oa i our oumt cncLiOtc. Ward 2 (6). Wlddows (P.). 537 : Beviartoa CM.L 535 ; Malaweea (P0,331: McCarthy (P.), 50 ; Cook (P.), 456 ; Grace CM.), 453, elected. Garner (M.), 449, are oua cann Mates. nnc.m ro o . . .t I A . a Vadey (a), 3S5, sod fire BBTHNAL - G BEEN. aorta Ward (8). Barnard, 810 : Goodwin, 736 ; Kng - Bah, 733 ; Nolan. 715 ; Noma, 711, Bead, 710, all (P.), elected. lAininghara !.), 513, and six outer candidates. West (6). Francis, H75? Fleming, 654; Catherall. 52; Rogers, 844 ; Uichardson. 700; Walton. 767, all (M.), elected. Brooks (P.), 725, and fire others. Sooth (9). - Jone, LOOS; Cole, 965; Pitt, 944; Keete. SS2; Richard, 6S2; LaugMia, S76 ; Hobney, 574: Wood, 858 ; Roberta, 843, all (P.), elected. Winter (M.), 723, sad tea other candidates. CAMBER WELL. West Ward f3). - Smith ff.), 594 liearaon (P.), 509, elected: Wi other 'candidates. College Ward (3). Wilson (C.), 1C5 : Bigwood (a), 153 ; Knight (C), 157, elected. Delf (L), 22, and one Other. North Peckhaa (3). Florey (C), 492' ; Ilarlow (P.), 449; McCarthy (P.), 415, elected. Boal (C.), 403, and three other candidates. Addiagtoa Ward (3). Bailey (IX 762 ; Underhill (L), 759; NllHaras (P.J, 329, elected. Teasdale (P.), 328, and three other candidates. Town - ball (3. Tomkias (P.), 402 J Breochley (P.), 391; George (P.), 333, elected. Rogers (I.), 341, sad three other candidates. Rye - lane (S). Briginshaw (P.), 362 ; Street (P.), 360 ; Lawrence (P.), 331, elected. Parker (C), 233, and fire other candidates. St. George's (3V Hichisoa (P.), 553; Pextoa (P.), 536; Meraont (P.), 512, elected. Storgis (C), 384, and two otben Cohere (3). Veaaey (Cj, 763; Maystoa (P.), 315 ; Moss (P.), 254, elected. Moses (P.), 191, and three other caadidates. Su Mary's f3. Seott (a), 498: Dmm (C.), 491; Gnroey (C.), 450, elected. Lyon (P.), 366, and two others. Goldsmith (3). - GnIlilbrd (P.), 466 ; Locas (P.), 453 ; Wilson (P.l, 449, elected. ames (C), 298, sad four Other nHirttg. Mariborooeh (3). Foster (P.), 445 ; Shrimpton (P.), 433; Geer iVX 432, elected. Hawker (C), 231. Nonhead (3). Pilgrim, 4S5 ; Taylor, 460 ; Line, 451, all (P.), elected. Austin (a), 429, and two other caadidates. caadidates. Hamlet (3 WaBace (LP.), 723; MltcheB (C.), 359 ; ayr (&), 329, elected. Clements (I.), 213. St. John's (3). Freeman, 634 : Joyner, 634 ; Andrews, 612, all (C.), elected. Coward (P.), 44fi, and three other candidates. AUern (3 Martin, 547 ; therington,448 ; Breach ey, 407, all (C.), elected. Stall worthy (P.), 391, and serea other ruylirlitrfii LTndhnrat ($. Thomhin (C 583' : Vincent CPX 552 ; Venning (&), 547, elected. Gauntlett (P.), 521, sad tiro other candidates. Raskin (3). Moore (L), 405 ; Notlay (P.), 404 ; Cane CO, 397. elected. Capera (O, 366, and Ato other candidates. St. GUesa (3). EBea (PX 558 ; St. Cedd (C.), 513 ; Hardy (P.), 499, elected. Bell (P.), 496, and two other cantuoauB. The Rye' (3). Clarke (P.), 397 Sooerrllle (M.) 359, elected. two other caadtdates. CHELSEA. The results of the elections in three of the wards were cade known last night. Those in the remaining two will be made known to - day. Church Ward (6). Jefferr (L.), 783; Smith (L.), 663 ; Brass (L.), 653 ; Margrie (L), 647 ; Harding (L.), 5S6 ; Braa (L.), 552. ilaas - towa (9). Cross (C.), 454 ; the Hon. G. Eden (CX 454 ; Salisbnry (C.), 453 ; Collins (C.J, 449 ; Doll (a).4i31 Bilbin (C), 443 ; the Hon. W. E. Sack - rille - West (C.), 443 ; White (O), 417 ; Froome (C.1, 411. Among the uasaooessial candidatee was Lord MoaksweU. Boyal Hospital Ifiy. wngnt uj. t , rorbea 7Iltippton.n7Y serTaUTtssoted. t 43tTyfaBtf JraL' 680, sH Oosr 9B0 1 Weed (0, 274: Matthswi T (S), M. Angel (0, 2Mt K - Angel (a), 1, slscted., dark (C.), 247, sad tares other candidates. Bloomatmrr. Booth (D - Dibdla. 346 1 nalaee. 339 : Ifaxell. 334 : WmoBgabr. 323 : Smith. 308 : Aldridce. 300, all, (C.), elected, RoS (L), 119, and fon other csadldatss. J - 8U Gerg - tbe.Msrtyr (31 - Pattsa, 294; Edwards, 233 ; MlgotU, 197, sll (C) elected. Uoatsr (P.), 187, sad fire others. i Sooth East 8U AadreVs (8) - 8sge, 71S ; Treaaer, 692 ; Whestley, 672 ; Foatsa, 666 ; Imray, 644 ; Sinclair. 623 J Chspmaa, 615 ; Whit. 601 ; Lewis, 571, all (a) elected, mrc - h (U.1, 246, and three other caadidates. iSUUiies Ward (3). Darie !!OTSMTOTClE&rj ELECTIONS. BosseU (C.), 131, elected. other caadidatea. (P.).149 1 Doll (C.),145; Gibson (G.), 125, sad three Blcomsborr North rikDibdln. 168 : . Porter, 161 SsflWhai (3)ASumey, Mathey, Phillips, sfl (a), rewraea anopposea. LAMBETn. r&J6lE$m ?A f? rQ5 - ! 603; Turner (P.), m, elected. Bowley (MX 590, sad six otaer cancudates. Bishop's (6). Browell (P.). 588; Ryan CPX 576 noskinfP.V 566 : Britain fP.). 557 : Oapen 552 Masters MX 550. elected. Sheoeld (M.), US, sad 13 other csonldatei. POPLAR. , Sooth (3). GiBsrd, 273 ; Sflk, 248; Bogler, 242, all fd. elected. Crawford CP.). 213, sad three other caadidates. Ceatral(3). Bis, 413; Glrton, S68; Trenoweth, 350, aB (a), elected. Valentlae (P.), 268, sad two others. East (3). - Bowey (P.). 328 ; . CahUl (M.), 311 ; Clarke CPX 310. elected. Andersoa CPX 305, sad three other I Bow. North (3). Abbott, 268 i sao, au (,!'.;, elected. Arnold (Cl, 243, sad two ethers. 197 Powell (P.), 377; Nisbet (P.), 357, sad 460; Hodgson tZl ; Hoi land )ital (6). - Wright (CO. (O, 456 ; MaWey (C.), (CO, 424. 455 ; Woods (C. DEPTFORD. WestWsidKbTth(6) KaTsaagh, 949 ; Strong, 902 ; Reyoolda, 688 ; Stoneham, 887 ; Redding, 873 ; Walton, Walton, 864, aB (P.), elected. Bigsby (M.), 784, sad fire North (6). Bax (M.), 9C8 : Shea CPX 899 ; King (P.), 866 : Knapp CPX 858 ; Bindan (P.), 807 ; Galle - bawk (M.), 766, elected. Smith (P.), 775, and eight other candidatee. Sooth - East C6). Dickson, C30 ; Landon, 618 ; Smith, 596; Wise, 593 ; Taylor, 575; So per, 559 all (M.), elected. Parry (P.), 46, and eight other candidates. FINSBDBY. West (3). "lanns, 1S3; Eade, 178; Morton, 172, aH (L), elected. Brown (I.). 132. St. John's jej.Wai - erley (LP.), 559 ; GDlett (LP.), 514; Jones (L), 444 ; Pratt (P.), 433 ; Milward (IL), S4S ; Lemming (U.), 837, elected. Bculton (U.), 330, nrii three other candidates. Old - atroBt (3). Estcrling, 214 ; Balls, 197 ; Perry, 167, all (L), elected. More land (L), 153, sad two other caadi - SU James's (9). Potterffl CPX 722 ; Waltoa (PX 708 ; WUdbore (P.), 645 ; Goods (L), 584 ; Doltorph (I.P.), 683; Crowle - Smith (P.), 581; Stebbings (C), 547 ; Penny (D.), 528 ; Knight (James S.) (0.), 522, elected. Barnes (P.), 458, and four other candidates. East (6). Thorntoa (Lab.), 212; Morrison (P.), 201 ; Tsmmadge (IX 188 ; Langley (M.), 188 ; Pedder (L), 169 ; Hnghes (M.1, 154, elected. Marshall, (M.), 103, and three other candidates. St. Mark's (3). Robson fT.P.), SOS ; Cooksey CI.PX 294 ; Mendhsm (D.), 255, elected. Scheib (U.), 213, and three others. Peatoaville (6). Skinner ,(U.), 2S2 ; Gibson f James) (CX 271 ; Gibson (Christopher) (U.), 267 ; Manning (L), 256: Bassett (U0, 232 ; Brailey (P.), 227, elected. HorreU (D.), 169, and six other candidates. St. Philip's (6). Tripp (D.). 453 ; Brunies (D.), 428 ; Brest (P.), 399 ; William (U.), 352; Hodd (P.), 321; PeUitt COX 306, elected. Bum (0.), 304, and four other CUdid&tM Wert (6). Miller (IX 651 ; Pond (P.), 497; Howes fM.), 487; Griffin CI.), 459; Gallingtoa (L.), 348 ; Boyoe (L.), 325, elected. H. Bnmball (P.), 252, and four other caadidates. GBEENWTCn. Wt (3 Gocdiag; (M.), 493 ; McCall (P.), 481; Whihley (P.), 404,ected. Watts (M.), 3C2, and four other caadidates. North (3). Hayter (MX 560 ; Kinick (P.), 478 ; Smith (M.), 477, elected. Dittoa (M.), 453, and three other candidates. Sooth (3). Jacksoa CPX 593 ; Sidney (MX 477 ; Baron (P.), 377, elected. Cable (SI.), 368, and three other eandidatcs. St. Nicfaob - (S) - Skinner, 333 ; Akam, 298 ; Whatley, 239, all (M.), elected. Boormaa (P.), 218, and three others. CharitoB (6) - IInme. 1,000 ; Brandoa,tK46 ; Lawes, S28 ' Grim, 836; Ommaney, 832; Baker, 822, aU (MX elected. Bentley (P.), 692, sad seyen other caadidates. Marah(6U - Capmaa (L.), 546; Carr (P.), 525 ; Newbery (P.), 525 ; Soames (M.), 467 ; Thorley (PX 448 ; Owea (M.), 442, elected; Jokes (P.), 429, and eeren other candidates. Nort - WestWard (3). Ross (P.) j 454 ; Daanatt (P.), S38; Ashby (P.), 810, elected. Smart CM.), 301, and S82V Nssh (M.), 520, elected. Saw (P.), 322, sad two others. HACKNEY. West (). Barlow, 707 ; Reynolds, 657 ; Baldwia, 653 : Pis - , 631 ; Brewer, 630 ; Vaa Boolea, 51701 (C.) elected! Esaw (L.), 484, and throe others. . rDowa (e) - Johnsoa, 885: Hsrt, 863: White, '845; ttejham, m : Arrow, 809 ; Porter, 769, sll (C.) elected. fjtahtm (L.), 542, sad three others. ' " " HOLBORN. , St. Andrew's (JJHerbert - Borns (C,;,. 398 w jTO, 964 ; Jacoos (UJ, s, elected, snorne Sd tWO Ota g CSBTiflsWwi Bow. West f 31. Daltoa (P.), 287 : Johnson (L), 280 ; Mitchen (Cj, 268, elected. Innocent (L), 213, sad three other candidates. i o t m n . - i . m - it 300; P.. White (L) 233, Jected. Brady (P.), 236, and eight other candidates. Bromley Central (3). Yeo, 730 ; Urwin, 559 ; Ben - sham, 521, all (P.), elected. Jackson CM.), 288, sad fire other caadidates. Bromley, N.E. (3). Beaumont (0, 377 ; J. R. Smith g),S12; A. G. Smith (L)., 290, elected. Dore(M.), 3, and eight other oandinatm. North - West (3). - Crooks (L.), 723; Randall (PJ, 539 ; Jungblot, (M.), 483, elected. Carpenter (M.), 473, and seToa other caadidates. Bromley, N.W. (3). Le Msacrais, S19 ; Bodley, 498 ; Webster, 4S3, all (M.), elected. Lambert (S.), 172; Peaford (P.), 166. Bromley, ts.W. (a;. aiannams (i.), io ; oomner u., cteTens (ai.;, xi, 370 ; Harrington (M.), 366, elected sad two other candidates. . Cobitt Town (3). Beneham (LP.), 499 ; tiecaham li:), sra, m . n i rt elected. Mala CPX 407. and four other candidates. MUlwall. (3). Sedgwick CM.), 361 : Biaks (MX 345 : Ualket (M.), 309, elected. Stephens (P.), 279 ; Abbott (P.), 169. SHOREDITCH. Setoa Ward (3). - Seamaa (P.). 487 : HaxeU CPX 418 ; Steel (P.), 407, elected. ELsdoa (MX 366, sad two other candidates. Kiacsland (31. Porter (P.). 401 : Clark CPX 397 : Cooper (P.), 383, elected. White (H.), 273, and three other candidates. Whitmore (6). Matthews, 527 ; J. King, 520 ; M. King, 431 ; Gnnn, 456 ; Penny, 452 ; Garrard, 416, all I X elected, bimpson (Si.), sm, and three others. uiorca t - u vox ir.i, aio ; nersaii yr.), oit : vanoy P.), 485 ; MartendUl (P.), 471 ; Bernall (M.), 466 ; Vhe.tiey (M.), 461 ; Hoppe CM.), 454 ; Bird (M.), 444 ; Winkler (IJ'.), 438, elected. Pond (P.), 417, and 11 other candidates. Haceerston (3). Horlin. S82 : Morris. 354 : Souy, 322. all (P.), elected. Bye (M.), 318, and two others. Moorflelds (6). Gatee (M.), 409 ; Howlett (M.), SS5 ; Mollis (M.)', 379 ; Darby (M.), 358 ; Nortoa (M.), 340 ; Hepburn (P.), 318, elected. Brooker Wsrd (M.), 312, and nve other canninatw. Wenlock (6). Frost (P.); 545 ; Dark (C.), 526 ; curie (6) - SaweU (P.), Wakeling(P.).471 - . Trowbridge (P.), 467 407 ; BlondaU (P.), 443, elected. Kldridre and seTea other candidates. Hoi ton. W. Ward 437 : Knowland (O. 433 : fC.). 419: Frith (P.), 413, elected. serea other caadidates. lafke (C), Ja mi e uiaus i a. i Stymaa C.) 422; Hodder Hsyes (U, 407, sad $4 - QL rat - Wi TwAn STEPNEY. m.n . tr.i n4. ro vt9. n...Ti (P.), 343 ; I'age (P.), 234, elected. Brown CM.), 211 and one other caadidate. Spitalflelds East Ward (3). Kearsey (P.), 216 ; Potter (M.), 204 ; Joaes CM.), 200, elected. Osmaa (P.), 193. Mile - end New - town Ward (3). Bacon (M.), 296 ; Gibbs CP.), 246 ; Schier (M.), 231, elected. WUdermooth (M.), 211 and three other candidates. Whitechapel Middle Ward (3). - 3wis (M.),S82 ; Wyatt (31.;, ; utmi (f.), a, eiectea. noou (tr.), xwt ; lace (P.). 176. Whitechapel Sooth Wsrd (3). Gordon (MX 347 ; WherleyTM.), 289 ; BinaU,(M.)81, elected. AVhite (JL), 253, and five other candidates. Mne - ead Old Town. Sooth Ward (3) Lottos, 893 ; Chiggey, 871 ; Peacock, 820, all (M.), elected. Brown (P.), 672, and two other caadidates. Mile - end Old Towa. West Ward (3). ChUds. 339 : Darras,324; Cook, 307, all (M.), elected.. Daries (P.), 282, and two other randidM - ew. : Mile - end Old Town. North - Esat (3) - Mnsto, 417 ; Dclerante, 402 ; Howard, 382, all CM.), elected. Kerwia (P.), 314, and four other caadidates. Spitalfields, West Ward (3). Brady, 395 ; Anderson, 342 ; Collins, 336, all (P.), elected. Parker (JL), 311, and two others. : Mile - end Old Town, Centre (3). Coreney, 726 ; Hciser, 725; Kerap, 703, aU (MX elected. Baker (P.), 483, and two others. Mile - end Old Town, - West (3). Barge, 384 ; RiddalL 264 : Bordett. 330. all (M.). elected. O'Brien (LP.). 294, and four other candidates. Mile - end Old Town, Sooth - east (3). Wsrrea, 722; Gould, 703; Algar, 644, all (P.), elected. Allen (M.), 581, and two others. Mile - end Old Town, North (3) - 4lHtrrington (P.), 659 ; Robinson CM.), 582 ; Hirst (M.), 571, elected. Hook (M.)543, and two other candidates. STOKE NEWINOTON. By agreement in this borough contests were not. f ooght on political lines. Palatine Ward (3). Ostlere, 249 ; Yocng, 233; F.W. Lene, 197, elected. Wright, 96, and three others. Manor Ward (3). Glass, 257 ; Nonn, 251 ; Hargrore, 200, elected. Walton, 118. Clissold Ward (3). Page, 327 ; Cowles, 318 ; Ernst Oiampneiss, 303, elected. Cherry, 259. Sooth Homsey (9). Blower, 796 ; Price, 748 ; Johnson, Johnson, 727 ; Atkinson, 698 ; Broogh, 689 ; Crump, 685 ; Wentworth, 672; Freesey, 663; Dod, 623, elected. Roper, 580, and three others. Lordship (6). Runts, 430 ; Savory, 371 ; Trick, 362 ; White, 353 ; Andrews, 352 ; Sprake, 313, elected. Heath, 201, and two others. Church (6). Ere, 631; Ormond, 601; Holden, 536 ; Dee, 498 ; Sparks, 493 ; Moore, 460, elected. Smith, 428, and two others. WOOLWICH. St. George's (3). Baglow (MX 299 : Bond(M.j, 251 - ; Hunter (M.), 247, elected. Woodford (L), 235, and six other candidates. Barrage Ward (3). Colonel Richardson (MX 733 ; W. Kemp (M.), 715 ; Akers (M.)f 687, elected. HU W. Jones (I.), 399, and three other candidates. Herbert Ward (3). Lawson (M.), 532 : Pringle (MX 530 ; Hark (M.), 518, elected. Bishop (P.) 494, and two other candidates. St. Mary's Ward (3). Champion (M.), 360 ; Lawrance SI.), 315 ; G. Mitchell fM.), 279, elected. Fcnaell (I.), 5, and fire other candidates. Dockyard Ward (3). RaTen (M.), 515 : Fenn (M.),465 ; Champion (M.), 433, elected. Turner (P.), 188, and four other candidates. St. Margaret's (3). BuU (P.), 614 ; Arnold (P.), 630 ; Butter CM.), 565, elected. J. Jones (P.), 564, and two other candidates. Glyndon(3). Turner (P.), 652 fSyer (M.), 635 ; nail (P.), 620, elected. - Melrem (P.), 617, and two other candidates. Rirer (6). Messent Chi.), 694 ; Francis CM.), 683 ; Cufi (MX 637 ; Harris (M.), 589 ; Marsh (I.), 521 ; Woodward (L), 519, elected. Hall (M.), 415, sad eight other candidates. St. Nicholas (3). Martin, 650; Tnmboll, 643; F. Jones, 626, all (P.), elected. Proctor (M.), 563, and two others. Central (3). Widger, 749 ; Grinling, 738 ; Hlidge, 720, all (P.), elected. Lowrie (M.), 560, and two others. Eltham (3). Hoghos, 477 ; Jekea, 469 ; Logsdail, 403, sll (M.), elected. Marks (I.), 223, sad two other candidates. SANITARY CONDITIOX OF THE CtTT. Dr. SedgwickSedgwick SedgwickSedgwick - Saunders, the medical officer of health for the City of London, has reported to the Corporation that daring the past four weeks the death - rate in the City was 174 per 1,000 per saaom. In the same period 31 births had been registered. Twenty - three cases of infectious disease had been notified in accordance with section 55 of the Public Health (London) Act, 1891, 16 being scarlet fever, four diphtheria, and three erysipelas. Of these, 20 were removed to hospital and three treated at home. Two families, consisting of fire persons, had been provided with shelter and food by the Corporation daring the disinfection disinfection of their homes. The sanitary inspectors had visited 738 booses and served 23 orders to abate nuisances. Complaints of smoke nuisance continued to be made, and the medical officer recommended that, if warnings failed, the offenders should be prosecuted. Large seuurea of tinned food had been made, and the condemned articles 20,564 tins ia all, including pineapples, fish, aad milk - had been destroyed. At the markets and slaughterhouses 78 tons of meat had been condemned as unfit for human food, representing 2,705 separate seizures, of which 642 were at the instance of the meat salesmen themselves. The meat delivered at the Central, Markets in September weighed 30,475 tons, as against 33,977 tons in the corre - spondins month last year. Four hundred sad sixty - eight articles had been diainfeeted. A cab bed also been d5n - reeted alter having conveyed a pstieat snffsrinf ftoa A t midnight, returns , had been reoeiTed from 140 boroughs. In about 350 no conteata took phvee, and in many others tii eJecoris 16x0 not conducted on political lines. In tho political contests the Conservatives gained 42 seats and tho Liberals 44. Tho Conservative gains included flro at DcTOhbort; throo at Wakefield and Aecrlncton. two each at "Welshpool, Falmouth, Warwick, ifonmoath, Tilanchcster, Bootle, and Nottingham and one eaen at Chester, Chorlcy, Carlisle, Thornaby, St.Hclcns, Preston .Worcester, Middlesbrough, bwansca, Newport, C'neltenham, Salford," Brury, and Petcrbrough. The Liberal iralns included three at Stalybridge, two each atSLincoln. South Shields, Sunderland, Kidderminster, Kidderminster, Bedford, Halifax, Hlaekburn, and Birken head, and one eacn u ocas, xMston, lUverpocd, Hastings, Bolton, Rochester, CardliT, Barnsley, Norwich, Morpeth, Appleby", Bochdalc, Scarborough, Scarborough, Canterbury, lung's Lynn, Colchester and Coventry. The Liberal Unionists gained three scats - viz., Bory St. Edmunds, Birmingham, and Hoddersfleld. Tho Independents gained seats at Wolverhampton, Chatham, CJarnarvon, Blackburn, and York ; whilo tho Labour candi dates gained two seats at Croydon, four at Hanloy, and ono each at Nottingham and Chester. Tho municipal elections took place in England and Wales yesterday. AccRTXCTON. There wero contests in two wards, sad two were uncontested. The Conservatives gained three seats. The new council will be composed of 12 Conservatives Conservatives aad 20 Liberals. ArrUEBT. No contest. A Conservative has retired and the vacancy has been filled by a Liberal. The two political parties are about equally represented on the newcouaciL Bacct. No contest. A Conservative took the place of a Liberal, and the new council wiU consist of 16 Liberals aad eight Coaservatires. Bxjcooiu The elections hero were non - poliUcal. BxKSStJtT. There were contests in two wards, result ins in one Liberal gain. Foot wards were uncontested. The newjoouacil consists of 13 Conservatives snd 11 Liberals. BABBOW - lvFuKsass - Contests took place in two wards, and six wards wero uncontested. The new council will be composed of 18 Conservatives, eight Liberals, sad six Liberal Unionists. No change. Bedford. There were contests in both wards. The new council will be composed of 16 Liberals and eight Coaservatires, being a gala by the Liberals of two seats. BiBSBO UZ. Only two of the nine wards were eorr tested. The new council will consist of 37 Conservatives and 19 Liberals, being a Liberal gain of two seats. A Labour caadidate was defeated. BlBJftS GUAM .There were contests in three wards. while 15 wards were uncontested. The result is that the new council will be composed of 20 Conservatives, 21 Liberals, and 30 Liberal. Unionists, being a gain by the Liberal Unionists of one seat. There is s Liberal Unionist aldermaaia seat still unfilled. BiACBCTW. There were contests ia nine wards and five were uncontested. The new council will be composed of 36 Conservatives, 11 Liberals, three Socialists, two Independents, and four Labour members. Tho Liberals gained two seats and we independents one seas. Bootlk (Lancashire). There were contests tin four wards. Tho result is a Conservative gain of two seats. The new council will consist of 13 Conservatives, 16 Liberals, and 12 Independents. Boston. There were contests ia two wards. The new council wiU be composed of tea Conservatives sad 14 Liberals, being a gain by the Liberals of one seat. BlUGHTON. The elections were non - political. Btjkklst. Eicht of the 12 wards contested, re sulting in two Liberal gains. The new council will be composed 01 17 Conservatives and Si liberals. BUBSZJCX. One ward was contested on non - political lines. The new council win consist of six Conservatives, Conservatives, 17 Liberals, aad one Liberal Unionist. BCBTOS - O'TBnrr. Two wards were contested sad tea were oncontcsted. The constitution ef the council is unchanged nine Conservatives, 18 Liberals, sad two Liberal Uaioaiata. Bttrt. Foot of the five wards were contested, re sulting in oae Conservative gain. The new council will consist of 21 Conservatives, 15 Liberals, and four Liberal Unionists. Burt St. Ed - TOtds.' There were so contests, bat the Liberal Unionists gained one seat sad an Independent succeeded a Conservative. The new council will consist consist of 18 Conservatives, four Liberals, one Liberal Unionist, and. one Independent. Caubridok. There were contests inUwo wards. The new council will be composed of 23 Conservatives, 16 Liberals, one Independent, and eight Independent University University representatives. No change. Caxte&bcby. There was a.coutest in one wsrd on non - party lines. Carbitv. Contests took place in six wards, while four were uncontested. The new council will be composed composed of 16 Conservatives. 23 Liberals, and one Independent, Independent, being a gain by the Liberals of oae. seat. Carlisle. Two wards were contested and three uncontested. uncontested. The result is that the new council will be composed of 19 Conservatives and 21 Liberals, being a gain by the Conservatives of oae seat. Cassabvok. One ward wis contested, and the Independents Independents gained one seat. Chatham. There were contests in all three wards. The new council will be composed of 10 Conservatives, 12 Liberals, and two Independents, being a gain by the Independents of oae seat from the Conservatives. CovXNTKY. Two of the six wards were contesteiLresult - ine in a gain of one seat by the Liberals. The new council will consist of 19 Conservatives, 25 Liberals, sad four Liberal Unionists. Crewe. There were no oontests. A Conservative retired and his place was taken by a Liberal Labour candidate. The new council will be composed of 21 Liberals, five Conservatives, and oae Liberal Labour member, .being a gain by the Liberals of one seat. ' Cn eltexham. " - Three of the six wards were contested. The new council will be composed of 13 Conservatives aad '11 Liberals, being a Conservative gain of one seat. Chester. There were contests in three wards while two wards were uncontested. The result is that the new council will be composed of 21 Unionists, 18 Liberals, and one Labour member, being a gain of oae seat by the unionists and one seat oy tne ladoot party. Chobxet. All the wards were contested, sad Conservatives gained one ssat. Colchester. Throe wards were, contested. The council will be composed of fire Conservatives 19 Liberals. The Liberals gained one seat, but elections were non - political. Croydon. There were contests in all six wards. result is that the new council will be composed of 27 Conservatives, 15 Liberals, three Liberal Unionists, and three Labour members. This is a gain by the Labour party of two scats. Daruxgtox. Three wards were contested. The election was non - political, and there was no change. Devizes. No change. Devonport. Contests took place, ia nine wards, six wards being uncontested. Tho new council will be composed composed of 32 Conservatives, 26 Liberals, and two Independents, Independents, being a gain by the Conservatives of five seats. The Conservatives hare aa absolute majority, for the first time for several years. Dewsbtjrt. There were contests in three wards, but they were non - political. Falmouth. There were contests in four wards. The new council will bo composed of eight Conservatives, seven Liberals, and. one Liberal Unionist, being a gain by the Conservatives of two seats. Gateshead. Two wards were contested and eight were uncontested. The contests were non - political. Grantham. Uncontested. The new council will be composed of 11 Conservatives and fire Liberals, this being oae Liberal gain. IIalitax. Eight of the 15 wards were contested. The Liberals gained two scats. The new council will consist of 20 Coaservatires, 37 Liberals, aad two Labour members. Haslet. There were contests in fire wards, while three wards were (uncontested. The result is that the new council will be composed of 12 Conservatives, 11 Liberals, two Liberal Unionists, and five Labour members. This is a gain by the Labour party of four seats, but the contests were non - political. Hartlepool. There were contests in two of the four wards, bot they were non - political. Hastings. Six wards were contested and four were uncontested. The result is that the new council will consist of 21 Conservatives, 18 Liberals, and one Independent, Independent, being a gain by the Liberals of one Conservatire seat, and a gain by the Conservatives of a seat formerly held by an Independent. HIGH Wycombe. Two wards were contested, but all the candidates were Liberals. No change. ' Honttos. The elections wore non - political. Hove. The elections were not f ooght oa party lines. Irswicn. One ward was contested. The new council will consist of 15 Conservatives and 25 Liberals. No change.' . JabrOW - os - Ttse. Two wards were contested sad four were uncontested. The new council will consist of three Consorvativee, 13 Liberals, six Liberal Unionists, one Independent and one Labour representative. No change. Kiddermisster. Contests took place in foor wards, two wards being uncontested. The new council will be composed of five Conservatives, 17 Liberals, two Liberal Unionists, being a gain by the Liberals of two seats. Kino's Lynn. There were contests ia all three wards. The result is that the new council will be composed of 13 Conservatives and 11 Liberals, being a Conservative gain of one scat. Leicester, There were contests in foot wards, while 12 were uncontested. No change. Ldicols. There was a contest in one ward, while five wards were; uncontested. The result h that the new council will , be composed of eight Conservatives and 16 Liberals, a caia bv the Liberals of two seats. y. inn a Tn ) consfffrjf of the new and the The Ymftttr$v aWMAltf44ll fcl Btdi tfrVk T telrB - tarMBted from six to sight. Six - cf the eight waate wers co - tested. Th twafi ia thai ths new AAceefl will be coa Doeed of seven Ouusaii saves, 15 Liberals, sod two Iadspsmienta; ;Mj - ICE - HaTB wsrs cccaftt Uwi,whfls 14 were mxontestsd. The result is a net gsiaof two eats bv the Conservatives. The balance of parties la the coancD is nearly eqoaL MACdWTIILD. There were contests in foor wards, while two were uncontested. The new: council will be composed of 29 Conservatives, 17 liberals, one Liberal Unionist, sad one Independent, being a:galn by the liberals of on seat. MiDDi3Mocaii Conteata took place ia five of the Un wards. The new council will be composed of 14 Can - ssrvstives, 11 Liberals, 14 Liberal Unionist, and one Labour member. The Ualoalsts gained one seat, but the election was not fought on political lines. Mosnoorn. There were five candidates for four seats. The result h that the new council wiD be composed of 16 CouaertatlTea, being a Conservative gain cf two seats. Moarxrs - The new council consists of six Conaarva - tives, eight Liberals, sad two Liberal Unionists, being a gala of oae seat by. the Liberals. NEWCiTiaS - TTirB. One ward was contested sad 15 were uncontested. The election was non - poUticsL i Nkwtost. There were contests in foor of the five wards. The Conservatives gained one seat. NoTTOOHAAt. There were oontests ia 12 wards, while foor wards were uncontested. The new council wUl be composed of 22 Conservatives, 41 Liberals, and one La boor member. The Conservatives gained two seats, sad the Labour party one seat. OxTOSEv There were contests ia three wards, while one ward was uncontested. The result is that the new council, exclusive of University representatives, who are Dot elected on party lines, will be composed of 23 Conservatives Conservatives sad 20 Liberals. No change. PojrrxraACT. There were oontests in aU three wards, bot they produced n change. PoaTSXOOTB. There were contests in five of the 14 wards. The new council wiU be composed of 25 Comer - va tires, SO Liberals, sad oae Liberal Unionist. No change. , . ' 1BtTOK. There were contests in rix wards, while six were imcoatested. The new council will be composed of 35 Conservatives, 11 Liberals, sad two Liberal Uaioalsts, beiag a gala of one seat by the Conservative. RxAClsa. There was a contest in one of the ten wards, but it was non - poUticsL St. Hxles's. There were contests in two wards only, nine wards being uncontested. The new council will be composed of 18 Conservati res , 10 Liberals, and eight liberal unionists, inn is auonserrauve gain 01 one f; Saltorh. There were oontests in two wards. The Conservatives gained one seat, sad hare a considerable majority in the council. Scarborough. Four wards were contested and two uncontested. The Liberals gained one seat. The new council will be composed of 13 Conservatives and 11 liberals. Snar tltld. One ward was contested sad eight were uncontested. The new council will be composed of 33 Conservatives, 30 Liberals, and two Liberal Unionists. No change. Shrewsbury. Two of the ten wards were contested. Ho change. Socthaxitoti. Tea of the 13 wards were contested. Oae Liberal gain. The new council will consist of 30 Conservatives and 21 Liberals. SocTHTORT. - Contests took place in two ware, while eight wards were unooatested. The new council will be composed of ten Conservatives and 30 Liberals, beiag s gain by the Liberals of one seat. South Moltoic. After a sham contest the Liberals sre still ia a majority in the council. South Shields. There were contests ia four! wards. while six wards were uncontested. The new council will be composed of 16 Conservatives, 22 Liberals, and two Labour members, beiag a gain by the Liberals of two seats. Statjorx). No change. Stalyb ridge. There were contests in two of the four wards, resulting ia three Liberal gains. The new nn will consist of 24 Conservatives and eight Liberals. Stocxtort. There were no contests. The bow. council wiU he composed of 17 Conservatives aad 38 Liberals, a gain by the Liberals of one seat. This is a compromise in accordance with a former arrangement by which' the Liberals gave oae seat to the Conservatives. There is oae seat still vacsat. Stocetos - oi - Tees There were contests ia four wards. No change. 8toee - os - TrE3T. There were no contests. Owinsto resignations there is s slight change in the political complexion complexion of the council, which will be composed of 16 Conservatives, seven Liberals, and one Liberal Unionist. ScXDESLAXD. Contests took place ia four wards, while 12 wards were uncontested. The new council will be composed of 24 Conservatives, 34 Liberals, three Liberal Unionist, sad three Labour members. This is s gain by the Liberals of two seats. Swaksxa. Contests took place In six wards, and four wards were uncontested. The new council will be composed composed of 11 . Conservatives, 25 Liberals, aad foor Labour members, being s gala by the Conservatives of oae seat. Tthem outh . Three wards were contested aad three were uncontested. No change. Thorxaby - os - Tees. There were contests ia five of the six wards. The result is that the new council will be composed of 12 Conservatives and 12 Liberals,' being a gaia oy uie conservatives 01 one seat. Waxetield. There were contests in five wards, and three were un con tee ted. The new council will be composed of 22 Conservatives and 13 Libera, being a gaia by the Liberals of three scats. Walsall. There were contests in three wards. No change. Warwick. Two wards were contested and one was unooatested. The result is that the new council will be composed of 16 Conservatives, seven Liberals, sad one Liberal Unionist. This is a Conservative gain of two seats. Welshtool. No contest. Two Liberals retired, aad their seats were filled by two Conservatives. West Bromwich. AB the wards were uncontested. bot a Liberal takes a seat vacated by a Liberal Unionist. West Hartitool. There were - contests in two of the eight wards, resulting in one Conservative gain. The new council will consist of 13 Conservatives. 15 Liberals. and four Liberal Unionists. Wmaas. The elections had no political significance. WlGAK. Two wards were contested and eight1 uncon tested. The Liberals gained one seat on a poU, bot thia was counterbalanced bv one Conservative being elected unopposed in place of a Liberal. The aew coancil consists consists of 24 Conservatives and 16 Liberals. Windsor, One of the three wards was contested. The new coancil will be composed of 17 Conservatives, six Liberals, and one Liberal Daionist. Wolverhampton. One ward was contested, result ing ia the gaia of a seat by aa Independent. The new council will be composed of 24 Conservatives, ten Liberals, one Independent, and fire Labour members. Politics do not enter into the municipal contests. Worcester. Oae ward was contested. The aew coancil will be composed of 36 Conservatives, and 12 Liberals, beiag a gala by the Conservatives of one seat. Worthiwo. Only one ward was contested. The elec tion was con - political. Bolton. Four wards were contested. The Liberals gained one seat. Leeds. There were contests in 74 wards, onlv two wards beiag uncontested. The new council will be com posed of 37 Conservatives and Liberal Unionists (including 16 Conservative aldermen) aad 27 Liberals. This b a gaia by the Liberals of one seat. The elections were f ooght strictly on party lines. Bristol. Contests took place in four wards, while 14 were uncontested. The new - council will be composed of 39 Conservatives, 32 Liberals, foor. Liberal Unionist, six Independents, sad three Labour members. No change. Rochdale. Two wards were contested and nine un contested. The Liberals gained one seat. The new council will consist of nine Conservatives, 33 Liberals, and one Socialist. Winchxstxs. AH three wards were contested, owing to a rearrangement ofthe city boundaries. The coancil' consists of nine Conservatives, seven Liberals, and two Liberal Unionists. Plymouth. Tea wards were contested aad four uncontested. uncontested. The new council will consist of 29 Coaservatires, 25 Liberals, sad two Independents. No change. Hudderstield. There wero contests in two wards, while 11 were uncontested. The new council will be composed of 19 Conservatives, 37 Liberals, three Liberal Unionists, and one Labour member, being s gaia by the Liberal Unionists of one seat. Norwich. Only six of the 16 wards were contested. The new coancil will be composed of 30 Conservatives, 33 Liberals, and one Independent. This is a Liberal gaia of one seat. Oldham. There were contests in six of the 12 wards. The aew council will be composed of 17 Conservatives and 31 Liberals. No change. Pudsey. Five wards were contested and one unco n - tested. This was the first contest for the newly - formed corporation. The new council win be composed of six Conservatives and 12 Liberals, of whom three were returned returned unopposed. LrTxarooL. There were contests in 15 of the 30 wards. The new coancil will be composed of 76 Conservatives, SO Liberals, two Liberal Unionists, and 11 Nationalists, being a gain by the Liberals of one seat. Peterborough. There were contests in three wards. The new council will be composed of 13 Conservatives, nine Liberals, and two Unionists, beiag a gala by the Conservatives Conservatives of one seat. York. Contests took place ia three of the six wards. The new council will be composed of 30 Conservatives, 16 Liberals, one Independent, and one Co - operative and Trade Unionist member. The .Independents gained oae seat sad the Co - operatives one seat. Derby. Three wards were contested. The new council will consist of 24 Conservatives, 38 Liberals, , one Independent Independent Home Baler, am I one Labour member. No change. ' Gloucester. All the wards were contested ia conse eraeace ot the extensioa ot the city boundaries. Fifteen Conservatives, 14 liberals, and one Iepeadent were returned. : Rocheste s. - lT w was a ; contest ' in one ward. The the ertwaioayof tbeLaew coaadl wflk becoasosed of 20 Oaasemtives sad

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