TO THE EDITOR.
Sib, — Mr Stephen*' flowery epiiUe Ib last night's piper rather remlnds]one of tha senseless twaddle we aometlmei hear from pnblio speakers, whioh aonndi first rate, bnt has no meaning whatsoever.. Whan • person talks about grooery firms "falling off their mighty pinnacles of faae and disappearing over the hoifjjon of iadg. ment," I think that It la time that his mental condition were enquired Into. Bat p >t haps It was only a little joka of Mf Stephens' If so, by showing us the polat, (for I defy anyone to find It without th« key) he will oblige » Akothbr 0* thb Poo*.
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