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Bishop Julius as an Orator.

Writing of.Bishop Julius' speech,at Ids' reception at Christchurch the correspondent of the " New Zealdnd Times " ; "As for Bishop Julius' ■ speech, jwhich lasted just an hour, I am at a loss how to describe and how-to |db justice to, it within any. reasonable. "■ limits.. I miia*say that several old ""arid experierii ,■<] public men t6 whom I spoke afterwards on the subject agreed that so magnificent rand-powerful an address hadVnever4Jefoi»; been heard, in New Zealand. It was on all subjects a most phenomenal effort of oratory, and from, first- to last Bishop TulifirplayeTuT^ as if they had been*.a single musical instrument... The perfection of his elpcution, his .dramatic fire, his brilliant oratorical skill, his quaint and genial humour; his - intense correctness, j his startling, original, And above all his fear less; outspokeness,' r absolutely entranced every listener. f .The boldness, with which he touched on the questions of and labour, poverty and health,' the^ relations' of the church with the; sects, '.jsah dtlier subjects, fairly, amazed^ aa^'well; v As delighted his listeners." ''^/, ;'" ;t

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Bishop Julius as an Orator., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2426, 10 May 1890

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Bishop Julius as an Orator. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2426, 10 May 1890

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