MR BRIGHT AND HOME RULE.
AUCKLAND, Hvtf 16. Mr W. L. Bright, M.P. for Btoke-npoH. Trent, was asked to address is Auckland a pnblie meeting in support of Home Rule, but said in reply that his visit to Auckland was necessarily brief, and he could noi accede to tho request. He, however, exSressed his hearty sympathy with the Heme tale movement, and approved of the mission of the Irish delegates. In an interview, speaking of Mr Dillon, he said that he was a thoroughly honest and honorable man, and one of tbe most respected memberß of the House of Commons. Mr Bright also remarked >. "In my opinion the aversion shown to any settlement of the Irish question arises from entire misapprehension of tho eircumstanoes of the ease. lam bonnd to say that during my visit to the colonies I have never talked with any man without his agreeing with me that what is necessary for Ireland will have to be done, and that very soon."
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MR BRIGHT AND HOME RULE., Evening Star, Issue 7960, 16 July 1889
MR BRIGHT AND HOME RULE. Evening Star, Issue 7960, 16 July 1889
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