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yers for the L. C. C. Secret Service Fund.
1903. Petition for Metropolitan Improvement unanimously rejected.
1904. Act abolishing the L. C. C. passed in Parliament at a single sitting.
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"COMMONS PRESERVATION SOCIETY."--A most useful body, no doubt. "But," asks Lord T. NODDIE, "as our Upper House is so often threatened, why isn't there a "Lords Preservation Society?"
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DANCE TILL DAWN.
Charming maidens, smiling brightly, Moving gracefully and lightly As the fawn, Linger still, let me invite you, Surely on this short June night you Dance till dawn.
Till the early bird will get the Worm, and seaside shrimpers net the Shrimp or prawn. Whilst they print the morning paper, Let us glide and whirl and caper Till the dawn.
Till, with waking chirp of sparrows, Early costermongers' barrows Forth are drawn. Till the candles flare and gutter. And the daylight, through the shutter, Peeps at dawn;
Till the cock is crowing; listen! And the