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MR HERBERT GLADSTONE AT ACTON. Mr Herbert Gladstone, M.P., speaking at an influential Liberal demonstration at Acton on Wedndaynight, referring to the state of busi- ness in the House of Commons, said it had been impeded by obstruction on the part of the Conservative party. The Government, however, were progressing, notwithstanding, with their measures, and would be able to sho*- at the end of the session an extremely satisfactory result. In regard to the Monaghan election, he "could not but look at the result as an ill omen of the future, as it seemed to shadow forth that at the next general election Mr Parnell's dangerous party would be lemforced to a great extElb, I We had to face the fact thet when the Govern- ment became weaker than it was now it would have to encounter this large and determined body of irreconcileable members, thoroughly opposed to it. In regard to the Land Act, he could not say that it worked perfectly, but the Government found that owing to the certain opposition of the Conservatives and the Irish party further legisla- tion would be useless this session. The responsi- bility rested with those who opposed their efforts. The Government, however, would not rest until it had succeeded in making the act thoroughly sound.