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v— — NEWPORT. Agents—Messrs Greenland and Co., Newsagents. HARBOUR BOABB.—A meeting of the Harbour Board was held on Wednesday, when a proposal was accepted to appoint a committee to consider the dookising of the river and the formation of a harbour trust. THE BOROUGH MEMBER AT THE PILOTS' DINNER. Captain R. B. Pugsley presided at this annual function, on Wedoesday, at the Beaufort Cafe, and -mongst the guests was Mr Joseph Lawrence, M.P, whose name was coupled in the toast of the Houses of Parliament. In responding, Mr Lawrence said he thought that amongst the classes of this country who deserved well of their fellow creatures, the pilots should be put in the foremost ranks. (Applause.) With regard to the Atlantic combine, they h"d been told by Mr Pirrie, who sold the White Star Line to the Americans,, that it was for the good of this country, but he (the hon member) said it was nothing more nor less than a money making trans- action on the part of a certain number of financiers, and it would be a great misfortune for this country to be lulled into the idea that the transfer was good for England. He saw in the American combination the germs of great mischief, and he trusted the country would awaken to a sense of the danger which threatened it.

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