Sir,—Our venerable friend, Mr. S. P. i after prolonged silence, butts into the local option controversy with his usual m-m--formed impetuosity. says thia is no 1: J temperance measure in any sense -—with which the trade and, evidently. Sir James Craig and his Cabinet heartily ag
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Sir DAWSON BATES informed Mr. Kylo that local authorities already hare ample powers to deal with milk adulteration, and large number of prosecution, shows that they are them. The local authorities bass also wide powers under the Dairies and Cowsheds Order 1908 ensure that milk s
Addmae. Yeung Speakar*' Training There *as full attendance at the weekly meeting of the Young Speakers' Training School in connection with the Irish Temperance Alliance held in the Lombard Cafe last r. W. H. M'Vicker. M.Sc., who presided, emphasised what very good and useful thi
Derry Youths Charged With Assault At Londonderry yesterday William Frealander, Hebrew, summoned thro, youths. George Arbuckle. George Hanna, and James Hanna, ley Terrace, for assault. ‘along afterwaida company of bis niece, a iir of boys, who were attacted him again with stones,
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