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THE 20th CENTURY. |

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worth his liberty. Before the repeal of the Union the state of Ireland justified aM the hopes of those who granted its constitution. He reminded them that the repeal wa.s car- ried by only a few votes, and the Union that was true before became untrue after- wards. Union did not ir-iscessarily mean unity. Before they could have unity they must have people who lived to the higher 'ideals of citizenship, but these ideals of citizenship must be founded upon justice (hear, hebr). The Orangemen in Ireland had fought against several measures, and against liberty, for their own ends. A vote was taken, which resulted in the Bill being defeated.—Mr W. R. Jones (hon. secretary) stated that there was present amongst them, 31 true Liberal—Dr Evans, Brynkynallt, who, he hoped, would make a few remarks. In complying with this request, Dr Evans thanked the secretary for giving him the opportunity to be present, not to speak but to listen to the speeches, with which he was vefy much pleased. Yv itb regard to the question which had been discussed, he might &a.y that he hadi been in Ireland for a very long time, and had been frequently in touch with the Irish people. He had been stationed in Curragh Camp in Ireland for over five years, and was for two years at Dublin. He was once in the oompany of ardent Home Rulers, and he candidly asked one of them whether he wanted Home Rule. He replied, "God forbid that we should have a Parliament in Dublin. Give us a Land Bill, and we shall be happy. Things had been so managed that the Irish bad obtained more than they expected. However, he thought that in the end the Irish would have Home Rule, and the more it was put off the more the Irish would ask for. It was well-known that there W2-<> real refor- mation needed in Ireland. Unless they gave the Irish JA}me Rule, the Government would be forced to give them more.—A vote of thanks to Dr Evans, proposed by Mr Re- bert Pritchard, was carried with acclama- I tion.