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IRISH PROJECTS IX PARLIAMENT.

RUSSIA'S BLACK SEA FLEET.

STRUGGLE WITH A BURGLAR.

DEATH OF A CRIMEAN HEROINE.

- LT ON A SALVATIOX SOLD'ER.

AGITATION AGAINST STEAM TPAWT'ING

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AGITATION AGAINST STEAM TPAWT'ING Several peers and a considerable numb: f)f bers of tho HouiCof Commons hare Ã::t1, ,vl d()d.the resolutions adopted at a raoccing of hshevmen he1^ in Aberdeen roceully, tho system*. r.i tnuvlin^ was considered. Lord Oalhonsie pr<,rn;ses will receive the attention of the R.oval Oonimi.-shâ < J1.)' 'j-1'1 Presto oi tho line fisherman, ariO £ 'h0'1:;f to do eyerytnmg in hia power for them. Th-: AJ.u-quis of Stafford says, he will be glad to sup-, po«-u legislation in the direction indicated by the re- solution. Sir George Balfour states that he will use his best exertions in favour of interference with the trawler within the three miles limit. Mr. Pender assures the fishermen of his desire to promote their interests, and recommends that a deputation of then number should have an interview with the Scotch members. Mr. Charles Dalrymple sympathises very much with the movement against steam-trawling. Mr. C. Fraser-Mackin- j tosh concurs m the views specified in the resolu it tiODs. Sir John C. Dalrymplo Hay promises alien-1" tive consideration to the resolutions, although not certain that in all he quite concurs. Sir G^ovs* Mar pherson Grant assures the fishermen that tb«r repre- sentations will have his best attention. Mr. Ed- ward Marjorifcanks, in his letter, .skates that the I report of the commission will b8 prescind ilntiu"- the course of next montb, but will not be published before 'I Jrarliament meets.

CONTEMPT OF COURT.t

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TRBFNANT.

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