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Reporting under Difficulties. --A letter from Chicago, referring to the ecclesiastical trial of the Rev. Mr. Hager, charged with conduct unbecoming a clergyman, says: One circumstance connected with the case is rather funny. The Bishop attempted to make the trial a secret tribunal, and put every one within the pale on his honor not to reveal the proceedings. But pretty full reports appeared in the daily papers. Here war a sayetery. The Bishop endeavored in vain to find the "leak" After the trial is over the reporters explain. The sittings were in an upper room of a public building. The first floor was occupied by a hose company. By inserting a hose into the chimney they got a tolerably good hearing of what transpired above through a stove pipe hole in the room where the court was sitting, and the public had the benefit of it.