The Canadian papers are earnestly discussing the new treaty. The Toronto Leader speaks of the settlement of the fishery question as fortunate, because it avoids future international difficulties. The United States, in the absence of the treaty, are excluded from any profitable fishing, but the monopoly was not worth...
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