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THE PRIMATK'S MESSAGE.

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THE PRIMATK'S MESSAGE. The Archbishop of Canterbury's New Year message to the clergy and laity of his diocese 'ifilyiJiyisafje '{'li'e'li-rinAue says: The partisan on either side is strangely, perhaps culpably, backward in under- standing his opponent's case, in appreciating his opponent's motive, in respecting his oppo- nent's difficulty. It would surely be well—well in the sight of God and man—if the year of our Lord 1907 could see the exorcism of any narrow and one-sided temper of mind, where such besets us, and in its stead the growth of a sounder appreciation everywhere of the large, true principles, whether religious or national, which, when rightly interpreted and applied, ought to be harmonious and not contradictory. We want the opportunities to be open with absolute equality to all, and we emphatically claim no special privilege either for the Church of England or for any other religious body in the land. There are, of course, many different ways in which these principles might be effec- tively recognised. But recognised they must be in some way—not in theory only, but in fact —if fairness and justice are to prevail. Nor does it seem to us that they are in the least degree incompatible with what is called a national system of education, or with the amplest popular control.'

BOY'S TERRIBLE PLIGHT.

LORD CRANBROOK'S WILL.

LIFEBOAT SERVICES IN 1906.

MID-CORK ELECTION.

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