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[?] [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 14 July 1886

0 illy ide this a stage"- kiows what .s not quite rest i vise word to say .in looks. In the iii. s. 4) we have blemish but the mind; deuformed but the unkind; ,ys somothing requisite and this sudden deepening of the of a common word, and the rapidl us asm for something mote distinctly an It is like the chango that passes eyes, when they are lifted from that tich called forth admiration, to meet our n in which they read love. You have a ad example of it again when a musical lan, like Mrs, Browning, in impatient sy cries "What musio, cortes, can you Ilnd As awlnt nas.v(ies that irsn i'J" ?" Nor must it be forgotten that in one of Shapospearo's finest sonnets he beautifies beauty with truth: "0 how mush more doth beauty beauteous 800111 , By that swoot ornament which troth doth give I The rose looks fair, but fairer we it deem For that sweet odour which doth in it live, The banker.bloomns have full as deeoop dye As the perfumed tincture of the maoses, Hang on such thorns, and play as w...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 14 July 1886

O°NOISUT Al' GECtllll ONG, whiull woer pootpon0d loot Friday owing to Iiltie,: Ill \MIiY'S lllnuou will 'tka plaaoo swt lIIIJA Y, 10th lost, T1'iclote, 1s Gdluod IN. ' 914.1l80.1 PUBLIC NOTICE, To 1110lnllmbltueoo of Klaoo ncud nurruundioi; tllstrrlt,' Coil on MUli TiCOlt(I~ BUOWN, 'Coi)tval. Nowe Asgunny, an(d *IIdapUU ut thu 1'aoH 01' (1100lld110( 1iW'o tl p MISS A. AliLLitl will receive MUSItC PI'UPILS at Sandy Wha, Gerringong. 7.7.86.1 ]101t SALE.-A good TIP.I)RAY and IIar i1nes Cheap. Apply to S. MAJOR, 6.3.-8. Arcade. BOARD & LODGING. ACOM31FORITABLE HO113OE with the under signed for three tespectnllu men, M. A. S3.111l, 7-7-86.1 , MAlaning Street. ](I.AM?A COTTAGE IIOSPITAL. The Building. Comnitteeo request Collectors to forward their Cards and the amcount of Sub scrition as as early as possible to Mb. WIll.'T 'INGUiAM, the Treasurer, to enable him to :Iaako the necessary returns to Govormcant. JOHN, A. INGLIS, 7.3.86, Secretary. IVE POUNDS R WAR ). The above Roiward ...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, Saturday, 10 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 14 July 1886

TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. - :0: (PRnoc OUR OWN CoRtnESPONDENT.) SYDNEY, Saturday, 10 a.m. The Assembly continued its sittings, but is now adjourned for breakfast ; disgraceful pro.w;edings took place. Messrs, Wisdom and Shepherd were named and suspended duril?g the sittings. The first clause was passedl without debate. Tuesday, 12 p.m. There was a grand entertainment in the Exhioition Building for the celebration .of the Battle of the Boyne, over eight thousand were present. The Government veterinarian reports that the horse disease at Coonong is local, its effects are poisonous irritation, ton horses have died and olevep are under treatment. At a meeting of the creditors in the es tate of Swain & Co., wholesale grocers, the estate has boon assigned to trustees. The Governor visited the Deaf and Dumb Asylum yesterday. 7 p.m. The prosecutions in reference to the rail way frauds were commenced at the Water Police Court to-day, Lionel William Lee, and Duncan M'Alister being cha...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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HOME AND FOREIGN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 14 July 1886

Tho TiimeA comrralondcunt, writing from Lin. han with roepuut to tho Royal mnarrl o in that ity, ays :--"lt would bo anl njuntioo not to ilomiulc thu courtury of that gonorally moat. Isuourtonnas olaan thu tntom-houno 'oflooura,' ho on this occa ionI at thu PoirtUguuao frontior hplayod' Iinuxpootd anmiability in not obliging ihe travullUra to turtn out of th cULTritIgea at i?i hi?ht, nitwithlatanding that dultlos on 0(14 ti,,h.? nro inoludud in thi tmtalll of Portugal, nt from 10 to 60 pIr cont, duty ad valoruin. \ it oif ihoo artiilon would occupy sovural ?,us of thIo 7'lier--to nay nothing (of volumut caoinl rliuloa and decolciolanHa comn rod oimn 20 artllos oooupyin1& ponsibly It r of t uolun lIhtbhin to d uty nglin d, tition, whluh hulp to ruin Portugal, .hy nod miorrill,,; will bhe rufrredto ngaln, 'a s rBgards thu oftlobt uon pihllo moralit linaoh a trif; opposdil to oinniclia aunaoaund ,tul tlnanuo, it ntillllln to any tthit today 'two aius of ucnitraband r'o bIfor' I...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 14 July 1886

OOMMIE OIAL. South Conet and' Wo.t Odindon Ou.opo.rtliv, Company (Lliltod), Oomnimnrohid Storo', Suleox-.truot, Sydney. BuTTOR.-Firat woik'- n monll, na 1ilmni, Iha brought lhoit atBpplieh nnd prilcs linvo thoro foro acquirod an upwird tonduoly, WVo notioo tho Inlt wok of onoh month doublo anpplloN como to Iand, cantilrti a teomporary glut, oon anqulntly vnlune rocedo, Thi elhiuld int ho, nH pilma acouhll onHily li mInnntalund if Hu ippIlO cnno to liinmd Ihori reagnlnrly Weo hflnd tlhe tloutuntions Ihvnv a (daIn ingi off8ont ilIpi) 'lho tradt, aurlotaly olhoking costumption. nocon.-No 'ohago, Oliheo oin good odemond. ' I' pEggij a8c(nloo Poultry.-Solling woll rt quotAtion. ",'; B'loiiv.wo.gi.o,detoalod. quotntioi- -m , .. ..... . . ... , .a. . . d, . 11 tlt('tr, lt, po ........ 0 1 0 1 0 1 'o ' 6Sop ritod ditto' ........... 0 1 10 0 '1 1l B con, por I.............,,,. 0 0 5i 0 '0"1'9 L lrd, pur 11 ..............,. O 0 5 0 0 ' '" OlhooaH dittb ........... 0 0 8 0 0 0 Tallow, por ton,...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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(From the Sydney Papers.) London, July 9. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 14 July 1886

(From ithAo Synoy Papers.) London, July 0, A, loan of £5,f00,000 has boon placed on' the London markit by tho Now South WValen..Govornmont. The minhlum has boon fixed aot 041, Tondeor will oloso on tho 10th instant. Th announolollent of the fresh loan by the Now South Walens Covornment has caused compnlto surprisu. Tihe prospects of the loan am cousidlurod better at the presont thno than if it were floated in Ootobor noxt, ns was originally into~ded. Now South Wales 3? per oant, havo do. olined 2 por oont, There is a gonoral doolino in colonial stocks, The " Standard," in commonting upon thoe announonomoant of the Now South Wal6s loanl dla'es that tha lio market has boon vioihnlsed by scret snlos,'. It exprossani regret at thel mortgaging of tlh colony's brilliant futura uredit, whlob it regards asno yearly ilecra'sing, Thorll? I an impresslon that 1l:,1,.i the Prince, of \Vnla will visit Australialn No. enhn.lu, 1 7", . A number of leading colonists paid a visit to Oambridge to-day...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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NOTES OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 14 July 1886

NOTES OF THE DAY. V----+--- ON Saturday morning we received a tloe gram in which it was stated that disgraceful proceedings had taken place in the Assembly. Well, that was not the first time such a thing had occurred within that august chamber, whore the chosen of the people labour to make laws for their constituents, and we did not attach much importance to the news, A broe.o will get up in much more humble assemblies, and.d+batces caun?ot be carried, on without an occooasional loss of temper. But all previous displays of temper, in the House were'nothing to this, such white heat virul enoy, such bedlamite dlevilry has never boon surpassed in any Australian Assembly. Men in this ninetoenth century read Aith a shudder, of the sences whlioh took place in tie Constituont Assombly in Paris during the first rovolution: Sonmi scenes in the Amorican Hl-ouse of Represohtatives have occasionally boon reforred to, and used to point a moral; but the wildest dreamoer would never have thought i...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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SYDNEY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 14 July 1886

SYDNEY IT NEW"S. Among the htelegrams in our, fast issue was one stating that G(on'rge B3arnard Harvey Drew· lhad been arrested fur embezzlemelt, nhow we have particulars of lhow his arrest was efleeted. The prisonerl had Htartedh in a ist.enaer down thei lharbor' to avoid police attentions, they re caived instructiop -o. a rrest hiil. The latter at once started I lf:buotilj:hseiri asel t*i too slow for tll ochpseo dasntlirj.wtwbfli, jg. into which they lt"s the pursued vessel; ml.batl ll Harbour, hut the Nnoemsis overtook her thlor ~ and the prisoner was secured, the vcssel lihe wiso being taken charge of by the. police- The prisoner George Barnard Harvey Drew, alias Arthur Adair, whose capture in Sydney lhirhonr was offected on Thursday under the peculiarly exciting circumstances describbd,' was brough t up at the Water Police Court yosterday before Mr. Johnson, S. M., charged ont the information contained in a telegram from London with. having enhoezzled sevorallargo sums of mone...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 14 July 1886

LOCAL AND ?N1ERAL NEWS: A raw dny? ago a tine spoolmon of boat. building wne lnunched in Rohortoon linasin It weo built and owned by Mr, lubh, of Newtown, to Ibe uned o n a lbting boat. On Sunday morn ig it. wne dlsocovered with a h1olo in it, sunk in the n11in, Whether this was the roenlt of the Into heavy winds, or the not of some misorbnnt in not known, but if t?ho latter it Is to bhe hoped heo will be dlucovered and punllhod., ON Rhnday morning last, a young man nanled Jani?moBlnokwootd wont flibbing at Point DB?n, Shullharbolr, in onmpany withl another natnutl Ilolwny, 1.18n line h ha otving 0o etiatngloed, h wnnlrylng to loomon it, whon a~i'rgo wayv) 00on and wahead hlin off thIe.nk,' Holway,' hine ono. panio being unable to ?ive lhhin any,;aaeeaitaoo T'wo buont were nout ino nearoh of th1o bldy of dueeoaod iut wore unonnoonel'nl In rioovorlin it. The Imother of douoosud is a widow andl roeilnO in Shollhanhour, " Tu foundation steno of the Towi Hall at Wnllongong (oany the Arg...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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JAMBEROO. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 14 July 1886

JAMI3DU00, (PROM A (otelY, HI'ONIENT.,) Tuc Jamburoo Young Mon's M.A I naid P. D. Stoiietyis again iworklug ita way up, the lint of mumberse nocresing, and thosu recently who have allowed thomneolvor to'bo enrolled an aomburs, are paying very good attention to our rocuetly hold mootinge. The system of dramatio porfornanoes soome more agroeable to the talstoe of the young omlbers, than that of the more storn systlon .of disoussing quostion~ of the day; and they aoom only too anxious to 'take part 'in.ths pursuit, 'A general mooting of the 8ooiety waes lpld oi Molndy, the 6th instant, The Vloo.Pre. 'idoent (Mr, J. IT,. Colo), occuplod thoe ohllp The usudl routineo of blsinoHes wans, gon 'through, thoe prinolpal itoml of which wae a relitatigl by IiMr U. D. Young,, enotitled, .Th. Witchi of 13urklny." T !l'lle tisilll for' next meoting was npnounood to be a,. debate, tho Minlatry to aflrtn :--.'Thet tito'Cuttaotnts dutien, an proposud ,by the Goveronllnt,' if paneod, would prove ohljri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 14 July 1886

llll~~'1'oli.~. 1'non3IY'IY I of utl sf00! pub11 for' fo. (((lllrum nIIlcit'l L'((lrrvut oII IrIol.c(IIIrIl IIus,( nodl rill o 10 ~~ca~illsroi(l.: 53'lIi(l1OI l5 81) plrunluotJI Uhumis 1'11(' 11. Pill1(11ut Nlsduuun VgiilrsPru A O~luo,,-'lo ull whlo rn so tfnlrhitq l'r cooI thuO wolnlciiuss, uorl·' dui'n~y, ions of' mnohlllniull O wIi u\'IIil 0III ruilp ff1J) 11( iVIii ol(ru yn S II nuu101 or CUAIIA~Or. 'I'iii )4)'O0) riiiiinly nvsa tiso orurud'UI soll' odulrussnfqccc ull('nl~iO(, nod1 sixp(Uolrnc to) plrup!y f((OltO 0(1 II) till Itnv.y IjJo1o'u1 'r. I 00A8, 81t)Iw( C), Now Yorkl Ci1J', U.S,A.-Adtv, GNuG Jincx of Clar)nrl's II 4! P'ills Is wuno'lrtud to 01(r)) nll hisHOl(((r'cO(( tr'll)) 11(0 Crilnory OrtonosH (lot vol, Orlil P1)108H ini (fin Hook, COain (dtrtcii l'm'b1'·a ~ln o Murory. Honld In1 Irixsu, 'a In uld nod, 1mb~ Il'rtlol'jlntOi's, 11)10 hiucolo)1 nod NI Idinoill Cool l~ us UIJ og Co., lI numb, Nog bonlill~ \Vholn1 2.1.80. A vOlUrml 10clr:iiwoo-.'I'lln ((1051 (((Isorol~lo...

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ORANGE CELEBRATION IN KIAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 14 July 1886

ORANGIE 02LEIR ATION I IT 2IAMA, MoNDAY last being the gloriogs 12th of July, it was celebrated by No. 12 LO.L,, Kiama oIndge, by a grand soiree, in the Tempoerance H-fall on that evening. The time printed oh the tickets for tea was 7.30.: and punctuetlly at at that hour fully 120 ladies and gentlemen sat down to do justico to the good things provided. The tables were nicely arranged in three rows right up the body of the hall, and were literally loaded with the most delicious viands, which weore excellently prepared by Mr. Keys of Gor ringoug and Mr. Lane of Kiunam. Each table was ably attended to by two or more waitresses, who executed their arduous duties in a really pleasing and graceful manner. After everybody had had enough, they rose from tlhe tables with ia smile of placid contentment resting on every face, and the tables being speedily cleared away the hall was got in readiness for dancing. Before starting Mr. Holden, sour., Worshipful Maifster, cameno forward and addressed...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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INTERCOLONIAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 14 July 1886

IN1TEWOLONIAL NOTES. The Victorian Scretary for Minoes (according Stho "'Argus") tella anl interesting story in is sutmoary of the mining registrar's reports ir the last quarter. H sa:ys:-" A small rush ' took place at Grauey.tlat, in the southern ivision of the Ballarat district, in February aet, in consequeuce of the diseuvery of somen iclh ceontail wash by a prospeoctor named lTueghos. Writing in refereOce to this, tholocal iininW registrar remarks :--J'Thlu prospector, A'mHin tfmiie, can oll :maetdof 7daure,. without .ny naseictanre whatever, sunk tll shaft to the lepth of 21) feot on to the gold, He had to clinmb up to the surface and pull up eachl hucket of dirt, in which maLner he persevered for four tonths, and is now likely to bo richly rewarded, .a lie deosrvea tole.' It is to lie regretted that the discovery has since beoun proved to be only patch, hut a hope may be expressed that the 'ardy ihl prospelctor may soiin drop upon souse thing more sluhatantial and Ipermanent,"...

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WHAT IS A SYNDICATE ? (Saturday Review.) [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 14 July 1886

WEAT IS A SYNDIOCAT (Saturdlay R lute;e,) ! Tnl, oaso of Tlhuey v, Goodman, which wa?s doilolded by the Court of Appeal on 'uesday,' oblongs to the remarkable progeny of the law of gaming and wagering. It appears that the defanodant in this pouliar. suit in duoces thirty persons to intrust ltim with monoy for what his coonsel desoribed ?,u " dealing" and Lord Eshlir as "gambling " in stook, )uflndant is an "outside broker," and ho proposes to speoulate only on the rise and fall in prioon, This is commonly called a time bIargain, but is moro properly a dillhrenca bargain, 'I'ransitlions on the Stock .xeohangn itself never really take this form, behooause thn broor is by the rules liablo for theo. whole amount, and his prin. cipal is bound by an implied contrmao to in. d(amnify him, In this odise howovor, the dlefendait was not a member of the Stoek :lExohangi, and the undortakling in which ho persusaded the plainftll' to angago was a gain. bling transaction pur oandc simple, It was t...

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COUNTRY ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 14 July 1886

COUNTRY ITEMS. A met'ine, to nuiluat for the imnnodiate con str?1t'i ,~c, a railway from Nyogan to Cobar was htli t ai tohlir on Friday. The following res?,litiei 'ws proposed by Mr. R. hI. Mnchlattie: -"'I'hnl this meeting urgo upon the Govorn. iment the iomedi:ut ne1coUsity of constructing : line Rolem N yngan to Cobar as it would not only be the onlens of opening up cnultry, but would also give oenployiment to nmlllirlrs who are no Iw out of olemloylllnllt." Mtr, Neil Morrison renconded the motion, and dwelt strlonly oll the lncessity for the work Ioing proceeded with imlmediately. The lontl. ilg closed with clheers for the Qu?ot' :I, and was out erthuliasHtiu tmhrougllout.--'Tli weather nrly rnld, with i lnientinls of ruil; A largoe andl ot'husiaetie motictin was hold on doiayst at Glen tinos to express sympathy with I;Glndstono's Irish policy. About 600 2Ireons wore present, and the Mayor presidod. 1'?oaolutions approving of the policy weore tdi l ,I uninlmously, thl speakers h...

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LONDON LABOUR AND THE LONDON POOR. OF A MECHANIC'S WIFE AS A STREET-SELLER. (CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 14 July 1886

LONDON LABOUR AND TIHE LONDON POOR. OF A MIEiIIANIC'S WIFE AS A STREET-SI'-ELLIiR. (co.rNTINUin.) lIe raised sG6d, I think it was, and started with a quarter of a ton of coals, and then another quarter when the first was. sold, and he carried it on for three or four weeks. But the hire of the horse and cart took all the iprofit, and the poor people wanted credit, besides people must cheat to thrive as sells coals in the strect. All this time I could do nothing-thoughl I tried for washing and charing, but I'm slow at washing-hut starve at home, and be afraid every knock was the londlord. After that John was employed to cay a very heavy board over his shoulder, ao so as to have it read on both sides. It was ablout an eating-house, and I went with him to give little bills about it to all we iet, for it. was as much as. a manu could do to carry the board, He had Is. a day, and I had Gd. That was my first time in the streets and I felt so 'shamed to come to that. I thought if I met any p...

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STRAY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 14 July 1886

STRAY NO'TS', Tin. formation of that somowhnatromlarkablo syndloate in outr.town for the purolhaeo of the Marsden Hill property is still an 'iironeasin .mattuor of intorostt so mulch o, that during the :pant` ivook your conteinporary, probably for '.the want of a butter suboect, has duvotod ia long anid charncteristio leading artiolo to the mltter. .Abovp all things ovuryono is astoniMhud thlnt .tho;astuto.oditor'of tho papor in qiismtia ulihld havo bdon so forgdtful, as to poln .ad. publish,: aioh a long compliinuutat7 and gratuitous padvortisomont, of the lnt spoouliition ofý,he. iaforosaid syndioato, Ho inttoduous the sulb.' 'jou by words to this efflot, thrit in his colonilil Kuxpotinuoo, ho has ouun sinful and unprinciplod 'syndl?otue buying up all the butter, corn, flour, and printing papelr, and by thus obtaiii. ing a moonply for the artioloue, they ]uhav realinod fibulous profits, to the dotimeont of trado, cominrou and the well bolng of the :poplo, To this kind of syndloati...

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[?] [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 14 July 1886

rule must e and 't for pub but as a . We shall I communica ensive or to give individuals, and es at liberty to ex *rble passages from s or letters

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 14 July 1886

Established 1849. For Life Assurance on the Mutual Principle. The oldest Australian Mutual Life Office, and the only otne distributing profits yearly. ieand Office: 87 Pitt-atreet, Sydney. DIRECTORS : John Ir. Godlotl., Esq., Chlairan. Isane El ,H rTves. Eq., M. L. A., Deoputy.Clhairman. James 11. 'Fai fax, Esq. 'The Ilon, Sir John flay, KC.M.G., M.L.O. .1. P. Ahollt, Esq., M.L.A. G. A. Munray, Esq. Chief Modical Ofllicr: Dr. W. F. Mackenzie, L.It.C.P. (Edin,) ACIUrnY : StourETARY. Morrico . Black,F.T.A I Alex. J,. lalston. NEW BUSINESS of 1885. 11,257 Policies, uesuring £4,01(,211, with Noew Premnititums of £152,627. t:visiblo SurpiluR of the year 1885.....; 278,177 ; lies in force..... ............ .....70,000 St.tring (with otns addtlitions)...£2S,000,000 al incom......................... £,210,000 ctumulated Flids..... SIX MILLION sterling. ThI distributions of profit tlake plare yearly, sntl bontuses vest whenlt policies have boeen two ye'ars in force. i)itriet Agent--II. M. LA...

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WEDNESDAY, JULY 14. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 14 July 1886

WEDNESDAY, JULY 14. Tun firmest adhurents of the Government now that there is timo to reflet, must regret the fifty-six hours sitting, with the disgrace. ful sconos which took place in the House during it. On Thursday, when the Govern. ment gained the overwhelming majority they did on Sin mIIx? I'PAICn?s' wnnt of confidence motion, they might have deferred to the wishes of the Opposition and ad. journed; they.could not at least have lost much by theoir doing so, whereas thuy have boon guilty of nts which haveo already alienated several of their followers and are imure to lose them more. It was a fatuous f proceeding, espooially if it was a pro-arranged one, to o??ludo the press, That it was pro arranged thoe fact of t~o roqtuiite number of members getting up together and at once, proves ; while the dogged wpy in which they refused the demands not only of the Opposi. tion, but some of their own supporters for the reporters' re.admission, fixes an inoflfaco. able stigma upon tI r , c ...

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