. - .The 1 tree UbsnJs. fhnJiTiTsiiiniiln" suit li Liberals gained one teat upon, a heavy polL Exms. There wers .contests fa U wards, ceJy one oeiag uncontested The new - council, exclmdre ox the aldex - atwUl be ocaaposed of 23 Liberals sad 13 Conservatives. Conservatives. This was the ft rst election' since the extensioa of tae bonadsries, sad the fight was for a party majority, with a view to securiag the appoiataent of 14 aldenaea. RHAnvoM. There were contests in 13 wards, sad eight were enoontested. The Liberals sad Labour psrty combined gained two seats. The council consists of 42 Conservative, 28 Liberal, eight ladepcodenta, sad six Labour members. PrxaaoEi Docx. There were contests ia both ards. resulting in a Conservative gain oi one seat. West Ham. The Municipal Alliance put forward caadidates fat sll the 12 wards, attadimg six of the Labour Esrtrs seats, sad gaming icot seats, ine new council will he composed of 27 Alliance members aad 21 Labour members. Ia the following boroughs there was no contest aad no political change : - J Taantoa,; Durham, Hythe, Salisbury, Botherham, Moch Wenlock, Penrhya, Dover, Tbetford, u.Um. Rffrnn Waldea: I Essex). Ueywooo. uocuev. WuriBrton. NawburT. Hlgham Ferrers, Aahtcn - under - Lyne, Bath,. 1 Barnstaple, Hull, Huntingdon, Kendal, Conway, Eye, Beaumaris, Lewes, Montgomery, Batiey, and Wednesbury.