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HEREFORDSHIRE FINANCES. I

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THE POSTAL TROUBLE.

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IPROFITABLE POULTRY CULTURE.

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CANADIAN NEWS JOTTINGS.

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CANADIAN NEWS JOTTINGS. i M ox;u Uw s Con RESPONDENT. ) MONTEEAL, January £ nu. most extraordinary (, ill'ist Ums til lU0i->t it |ii- th" itii « \fci,j;esinee, so *• u.i..in: V> csu-m !i'»incih iittto been )/ < aitl seeding just as though ito ■■■ ■ t<- iHie in iSlontrtal the winter has o- tun i. u little haif-hcartt-'ily tor we huve a couple ot feet of .-imtis. the temperature is at i saw the beginning of d. I' i no. host to p, k of iut ii: t i shot t, tinie before Christinas iI 14, i, i.11 U,\ tilbt osiv of filiating. i i i uts. h liL-l: iJe, l ur vnter in one p ii.<-ip«l palls, "as bhek with. > ■ « i <«.; a otl hard host preceded III Hit- ice was Ir, c of f-> i ■ hu-ii UMuti'y pntt-a stop loopeii- ;.«■ • .it i. i. <it;-iy in the i-eason. I r" «e I. ;.a. < i ti.e b.3 fltC l'ink. i <- t j.in and were ..<>• i .b^ put uite popolat.on, 1;1 -4 i E. c, that » u». IM-4 -I I (i > «-i:aii :c r Pond • i.iicM'. v.e ai e ti» <«. tit .}w this wituei* aud — « i i- iu'tand dry. ■ «, v. i.- £ .•_ t: :.) N. v.»- • ii i ar!>aii:t nt some important > JI i< i, luiiiit! H r jii* pi otec— ouring Wll1l.¡' loxe8 <i fi ~ln/t lias bet-it fixed. From i II ei 1st the ioxes »i o to be ai i c.r >< II; may be reared in <- „ •an Et liu.y imposed on ..j I ;n-k oi -llvei <<x a lid E3 on ■ «- out, oi ilu* province, i >,« v l iit-i' M ot ioxfiH for < -i ;■> !< having been ■ vrt.«i I-.a.id and elsewhere to -I J.. ,.}U. H aIE rising to the » -■ t. u- .lies in Canaila. .« wnn promoted the amend- t,lw (-.tlttit-itig c-,nd killing of i.» t.ii io go ou ux, the pi-esetil rate .»■ i.ai. it wi uld take at least five years "1 ;1, Province to get back to even s so d as a black or silver fox • 11, tis £ 200, the ii i' «..tubers means a serious loss of U «• (..Lt.I\. r_ WILY HIiSQCf. .i ;v i.. ilis iiie«ieut. in connection with o u inio I'-Rowia which is !y way I,¡. d. Wtlll lave befriended iii.a«ii» aini u.niMdeied us injustice the i.. <I etiaeied against them, •ii -'en Ji.a ?>tkii, wIk.-Imis l.vev. lighting in the i. iOU order ui:IIJe ;I!II¡.,t him has to some soniev. i- u, oueis U««i havi- arisen in connection with ii. iiic- course of 4\ïtl(,lJce It was disclosed i a p»«.t < :\is«*ii < wlu i\by (lie si^natuie and IH «ii.|» 4., A.r. iwan. .<. <««.-<* i-butiiii-o to the photogtaph of i. i- .i«. *« also to it«- photographs of d," "'1/1, ,4. in-hin* the moileua > hurl It mow jipjetus :bat » i»gii*ar ii.. >■ ttjivieliy the i u>j. ogi n.s •. I Hindus 1-( ilk K«»..g Jo a Sifcli nuiiitd lia'.u Singh in Van- e.iivr, wbo. in some unknown means, got ihern -ii.ij.pvu and sij;i«ed as photogiaplis of Hindus J" were alieaoy domiciled i« C'auada and wl.o At-ie visiting India with the inti-nlion of re- in n eg. Said Mr.ustiee Ma-eiJonant in de- "( :II jud¡,.melli: I lit id that this man was u = i' iH' i,tty tic,it -,tilt iu the niisvepivsen a' ion ii i ii ,1.. sii,!j>i £ H<(<t_,li viii," I, <n (1 ¡. pro- j., nab. ft." I itv origcM.-d indei oi <i«potta~ • Mt-uiwi against #i.i" Lit,t-c i i c, be w I n_d OUt. HEBREWS AT THE PLOUGh Whatever may be happening to the i>5 ens are lfourishing in Canada, and arrange- i ;.>s 2L.e now heiug made whereby we shall pro- v \d.¡n many more during the next, year or 'i lu: Hi bitws we ttrt-to have tuc, unlike one >4 i. ii i* > none* ption of men of their race, agrieul- Ito be valuable adi it ions ii.. :a: tiling population of tin; West. ill'. S. \V. K.( a piominnut Montreal lawyer and (.iiini of th.' (:aioij <ie Ifirseh Institute, lit the Zionist liquet a few days in. Ho i>U i oJoiih-ation Society of-Pari s iii.; ILl ¡,ts t u fOl1ud a Jewish < ii • Muidw. -imi'ar to tha', wliieh had been a i ii neli gs i at succi ss in 1 he A I gentini t v in- (UIITI! in one ot the Western p.. o«»i»,. A!' to la. which will be settled :ev. iiaii.iu i.itu the assistance of the ze. The p ';Tet id' Jews in f\.i»a«la wi;h f'gnrti ff) i i- 'iioui'.l up n at t-l'e liMnquet. A 1 .h .\v.-ii i. i.. <»> t.iui i i.'ive.rsiiy, ..en i <• e isii s iideir.s uorkiJ under ii • u ji ii •. iu l iisiaila While tin re were l'ld iius th ,nc.p. there was c <i« i.'ai« o. a lev.n.g i..a:t i;D tin in. „iits vt-ie |j..t vi c iiuii oi the "I'm- • I Ii lui usher s'l.-eitt Lis among the undcr- r: .iiti'-s there was no real s\nipathy for Jewish nt> shew i. i.\ ihe I niveisity authorities; and <.113 ul"1 inp.;ssih.;e lor a Jew to be elected R■ --• a. ill ii<e l. niv« I SU V. if kNIr. I'itch's case is really as • n Vie Inn* stated. A« M matter of I act., the weak uutsierienlly in il,Rll it: t !"I' I iL'S i.i .ii tHh diwt- ui e p< ju.hii and (sletUied r I i, sillier nothing ou til ii.cU AN UANCPID IN;S;!R,:AN. a itiontin;i(nt to D'Arcj .M(()ce at Octawtt iias been welcomed very warmly over tile i Nitiiinion. The late Hon. D'Arcy lioGet- was one oi the most remarkable ligure«i in L'an.oiian hsloiyand a testimony to what Irish- Hieu have none and can do in Canada. Apolitical itistil-i-eclioti of oe took i eluge first in the United States and lite, varils eame to Canada, where -true to his ■ life-- hi' entered politics and was elected to Par'Intnl. nt in 1357. For 10 years he was one of >, it,. most active (lgttres iu the Canadian political lichl. His original revolutionary views changed, and from being a regular red rebel ho became a iieice opponent of I'eniiiuism, to which fact he iv es l is death. At the height of his political :«iue he WIIK murdered by an unknown assassin when cntt i ing hi* office in Ottawa, and thus in 1368 closed a IniJf but, exciting and not inglorious e.-oeer. The foundations lor hit-, monument have dreadv been completed, and soon a lasting iIlPIIl" is 1 of him will grace the slopes of Parliament Hill

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