Joseph M. Davis

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Joseph M. Davis - m Expected There April 25 The Easter Recess of...
m Expected There April 25 The Easter Recess of Parliament Socialists in the Honso of Commons. By the United PreBsJ LosnoN. March 31. If nothing happens to prevent the arrangement from being carried out., the House of Commons will riao for the Easter holidays on next Tuesday. it is possible that the division on the second road - ing of the Tithes bill will not take place until the eve of tho adjournment, as thero will still bo a good deal of discussion from the Liberal benches,, although the Conservatives, who are opposed to some of the provisions of tho bill, will reserve their oritioiama for the Btage of committee. As to the Irish Land Purchase bill, thero is talk of a fortnight's debate on the second reading, whioh seems to indicate that mombors have mado up tnoir minds that the bill will be very contentions, A prominent supporter of the government ven. turedon the prophesy to - day that tho bill will novor be carried this session." It is probable that the reception of Mr. Henry M. Stanley by the Royal Geographical Society will laico place at tho Albort Hall on Mav 5. Mr. Stan ley expects to reach London about tho 35th of April. Ihe Albert Hall meeting will bo presided over by tho Duko of 'Edinburgh and it is expected that the Prince of Watea will he present and will Bpenk. Mr. Stanley will describe some of tho go ographical results of his expedition and will bo presented with tho handsome gold medal which has been specially struck in his honor. It is hoped from a communication which has been re. coived from Einin Paaha that that horo will ap - pear in London before the end of the session, and Bone win no doubt receive from the society a worthy recognition of his many years' work in Africa. The society banquet to Mr. Stanloy will take piaco some time after tho Albert Hall meeting. meeting. There will bo apparently rival Socialist candi dates for London at tho next election. Tho Social Democratic Federation declaro their intention intention of "putting forward candidatos, wherever passible, at all elections, bo they for school boards, county councils or Parliament.'' Tho committee of the Federation are perfectly frank. They avow themselves to be utterly indifferent to the convenience of any political party and they announeo as their object tho substitution of pub - lip service for privato enterprise and organized co - operation for unorganized competition in every department of industry. Tho committee declaro that thoy have men quite ready to enter the lists. Mr. Hyndman is one; Mr. Quelch is another. Joseph M. Davis, of Philadelphia, was seized with a fit on the Boulevard' Madeleine, Paris, yesterday, yesterday, and shortly after expired. Letters received in Vienna from St. Petersburg, Petersburg, declare that tho original cause of tho Btudent outbreaks in Russia was indignation over tho Siberian outrages. Honors Await His Arrival N London. ,

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  1. The Brooklyn Daily Eagle,
  2. 31 Mar 1890, Mon,
  3. Page 4

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