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. BEEF TRUST.

11THIS DAY'S RAGING. ———.———

IPARSONS AND WOOLLEY._I

"THE EIESIDENT."

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"THE EIESIDENT." A PIECE OF BAD TASTE. Sir Robert Rogers asked at a meet- ing of the City Corporation who gave instructions to tho tor«stmaster at the reception of the Frenchd President to perpetrate a most "exquisite" piece of bad tate ll announcing Si; Samuel Evans, not imply as Sir Samuel Evans, but as the President of the Divorce Court, in the presence of lady guests of all ages Would the chairman take steps to ensure that such .an indiscreet official should not be employed again in a similar capacity ? It was the only blot on the da v. Mr W. H. Thomas replied: I under- stand that Sir Samuel Evans was es- corted to the dais by Mr. Brinsley Har- per, and that he told the official con-1 cerned that Sir Samuel Evans was the President of the Divorce Court. There- fore I do not think it was the fault of the official. Sir Robert Rogers: A very regrettable incident altogether. I will refer to the matter when Mr. Brinsley Harper is pre- sent. The F.A.F. i Of the £ 200handed by M. Poincare to the Lord Mayor to he distributed among the poor of London £ 80 has been allotted to to Fresh Air Fund. This gift Ni-ill enable 2,000 poor children of the East End to be taken to Epping Forest on July 15-16. r-

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