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TIDE TABLE FOR THE NORTH WALES…

A FIGHT FOR LIBERTY.

PERSONAL AND SOCIAl

SYAINGS OF THE JVEEK.

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SYAINGS OF THE JVEEK. MR. ALFRED COURT. Energy is the chief ingredient in most en- teprises.—At Liverpool. MISS EVELYN SHARP. The person of imagination makes the best cook when cookery is worth while.—In the Manchester Guardian." ALDERMAN" W. H. BOWATER. The medical profession stands at the top for the gratuitous good it does for the poor and afflicted.-At Birmingham. MR. JUSTICE AVORY. There is a great deal of difference between a man's first offence and his being caught for the first time.—At Manchester Assizes. MR. W. E. COLLINGE. We are living in an age of progress and soon, no doubt, a dwelling house with flies in it will be regarded as a plague spot.—At Birmingham. PRESIDENT OF MAGDALEN. If the day of privilege is passing away, the day of the responsibility of the demo- cracy is growing with tremendous rapidity. -At Bristol. MR. EUSTACE REYNOLDS-BALL. I confess to having, in common with poets, statesmen, and other great men, a weakness for Punch and Judy shows.—In "Travel and Exploration." MISS ELIZABETH BISLAND. There would be less need for minding other .people's business if there was an earnest and concerted effort to mind our own.—In the "North American Review." LORD WINTERSTOKE. The business men of the last century achieved their position, and made their mark, by personal application and persistent conflict with difficiiities.-At Bristol Uni- versity. MR. GRANVILLE BARKER. I want some franchise for women I would rather have all women over six feet high and alt women who bear the names of Amelia Jane enfranchised than that they should get nothing at all.—At the Caxton Hall.

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