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THE RECENT ELECTIONS-PARLIAMENTARY…

THE WATER SUPPLY.

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Past experience has evidently taught the Board a wholesome lesson We allude to the earnest desire manifested by a majority of the members to avoid entering into litiga- tion. In a town like ours disputes of some kind or another must often arise; and it is certainly better to have them settled without an appeal to law, if possible, even when the issue is clear and certain. Cases may now and then ari&e when judicial decision must be sought; test cases ifor future guidance. But, as a rule, a recourse to arbitration-such as, in principle, was adopted on Tuesday in refer- > ence to the smithy dispute—is far preferable from every point of view—is quite as likely to answer the purpose desired, whileajgreat deal of unnecessary expense is saved to a.l the parties concerned.

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MONTHLY MEETING OF THE RIIyrJ…