Among the London contributors to the New York " Herald " is »|oorr*Bpondent who aader tbe signature of "A Member of P.<el!ftiner t," oables to thai journal a weekly deopaloh dealing with political top'os. It la woll known that he In an Irish rarm'ec of Parllaraaiit, and It may be cenj ru-ed with some approximation 10 oerialn y thtt be la ether Mr Jaatln VfoOarthy o • Me T, P O'Oonnor. Writing oa Jon 1 ] ll'b, thin momboc of Mr Piirnell'a purty alludes <o the dlßolosores about the 0 sn-nn-Qael Sooloty, remarking that it is "anfortunate that this dreadful loancal flhould havo oooarred m In any section of the Irish ranks," He then continue? : — " Thlnga do uot appear to bo golrg particularly well with the p.trly. Mr Dillon Is evidently jaiklng rather poor progroso m Auitralia, almo t as yooc ac Mr Win. O'Brlou wade la Oinada, exoopt that Mr Dillon io prudent and doca not seek to iufl.me popular paaolona. 11,I 1 , does not, however, look ay. if monty were rolling ia very fast, Tbo fu. .
at hcadqnarlora muat bo goltirg low, the plan .of campaign ib exponaivo, and m ia tho Spocift l Comminf-ion. which ia
onr'oin to drag its alow length a!on« i
nutumn. Mo nwhilo tho party ia tf
and inuo'ivo. It i* obaolutoly doing n
l"g in Parliament or out of it. In c 1 alw-iys lcoka to (ho common eye :.l:a weakn as ; son^Units it really U bo, uud 'hat ib what h bolng a id now (a almost all direottona Home paoplo may like it and b >mo imy not, but, undoubtedly, tbe tulk runs like ibis :— " Tha P«rnolli'e3 aro sinking faat. B ilfour is winn ng all along tho line. In another year you will not be able to find '.ho Iriih. party with a telescope. Firmness Lbs dona what wo always eaSd it woull. NobodyJ thought then* was niiioh m Balfour, but, yoa gee. ho Ins ! een on« too nwy for ifoe Plan of Oun^pai^n and all the vuin o* it Ho bad his ohar:QO, and ho h«i mude the moat of it Epeunt Parnell a.nd Oo.' Not a littlo prematuro, m my humble opinion, is such boasting, as this, bat Mill it goes on evorywhore, «s any wull-infarnvid man wiald b< o jnapoU-'d 'o .dmt, Tne pobllo coo i t^ko op an idea which Is dl> n > i peralatontly Into thorn, and if they ara told a thing rfton en ugh th^y b)lieve it They hoar now > n all eld-»ij that Paruelliam is pay d out, thah tho g'-rao isi up, thm tha p^pcy has g; ne to p're-s <n Ra;!an^, th^i It hold* togothor wl*h d (fiuilty In Inland, ihatlt l.i for 'ho m?a>;:.( q^dec a v.r? heavy oloucl m Amotioa, and thafcltsUadß zl a dlaouunt m Aantra'ta. T'K.y may be a'l wrong, but these are tha la<pro3stons which events arc nuking upon thogon ral multitude. I doeorloo Ih/.m to y v booaugo i bey are faota, and vory Inayortaot h< ta, bu Uia batroad my province to draw f«y QukdQ^QQi trow them,"
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