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THE LIBERATION SOCIETY.

THE SUGAR BOUNTIES BILL.

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THE SUGAR BOUNTIES BILL. ANTAGONISM IN CONSERVATIVE CIRCLES INCREASING. ATTITUDE OF LORD n. CHURCHILL. The first meeting of the Special Commission to examine the laws by which the International Sugar Bounties Convention is to be enforced met at the Foreign Office on Wednesday afternoon. The representatives of Great Britain, Belgium, Germany, Italy, tho Netherlands, Russia, and Spain were present. Baron Heury De Worms was elected president, and after discussion as to the order of business, the commission adjourned until Monday. The fress Association says:—During the last 48 hours several additional Conservative members have intimated their intention of voting against the second reading of tha Sugar Bill, and indications have been given from the Unionist side which make it clear that a considerable number of Lord Hartington's supporters will either go into the same lobby as Sir Lyon Playfair or abstain altogether. Mr Richard Chamberlain will adopt the same coune as 1\1r Caine and Mr Jesse Collings aud vote against the bill, but Mr T. W. Russell will support the Government. The following amongst other ConsRr/atives are expected to oppose the measure:—Messrs J. M. Maclean, Hornby, Jen- nings, Kiug,Addison, Maple, Boord, J. R. Kelly, Holloway, H. T. Knatchbuli-Hugessen, Sir E. Birkbeck, Commander Botheil, and Mr Mattinson. The attitude of Lord R. Churchill is doubtful at present, but it is regarded as not improbable that he will go witb the Dissentient Conservatives, in which case Mr Maclean and his co-thinkers count on receiving tha support of Mr Hanbury and Viscount Ctiizon as well. The conviction is growing iu Ministerial circles that the bill will be allowed to lapse. Members of the Governmeut, however, when questioned on the subject state that an obligation exists to submit the proposal to the House, and that the division wiil not be treated as a party matter.

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