?ih \V. IJ. 'Jason will address the dial-ok-.t-jts in the Foresters’ Hall, Port, i ;i;tiui■■ ■ ."■■■■, itiia evening. _v i;■ w . Nos worthy, M.P., addressed a ;ai ri v large meeting at t J i*i lij L' it. 11 1 IrOjal, .'.ciujutloii. iU't night, He Acfcnded the i-Jriieriimv.a’s administration and exij.aiji.x. their policy n.casurce, his speech i/.xiig ■!! t!. I ** usual parly lines. He ex-ji!es.--.--vt hnmcii as Utnig in favor of a '.’dui.; mi Hie Bible-in-schools questioii, and of a 55 per cent, majority on lie; liquor question. He received an attentive n, arm/. but was afterwards bombarded with questions for uaJf an hour. A vote of thanks was passed.
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3, Evening Star, Issue 15652, 17 November 1914
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