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THE COUNTRY'S BUSINESS.I

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THE COUNTRY'S BUSINESS. I Lord Hugh Cecil suggests, in a letter to The Times," that the House of Commons would be able to give more attention to national questions if private Bills were referred to provincial councils, and, further, exempted from the rule that prorogation kills a Bill No doubt such a system would tie preferable to the present procedure, and, probably. Lord Hugh Cecil's Parliamentary experience would enable him to make some other suggestions in the same direction. But there would be no necessity for any such delegation if the House of Commons kould get rid of the mere talkers, the men who repeat ad nauseam all the things which have been said by the first two or three speakers, and add nothing to the general information.

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