An Irreconcilable

During the Parliamentary recess, ex-Premier David Lloyd George . found time to scurry back to Wales and, inhaling there his native air he became frisky, allowed his political tail to wag him and demonstrated, as he has often done before, that his bark is worse than his bite.

Speaking at Llanfair Fechan, he told the people that the Labor leaders were assuming the "airs of Eastern potentates," inferring that Premier MacDonald was intoxicated by the importance of his position.

"For people who are not accustomed to it office is a...

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