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THE UNIONIST PARTY.

THE UNIONIST PARTY.

THE HON. M. R. RIDLEY, M.P., AND ITS FUTURE PROGRAMME. the- No. 1 Ward Working Men's Conservative Clnb. Stalybridge, last evening, the Hon. Matthew White Ridley, M.P., addressed meeting of tho workers in tbe Staiey Ward. Mr. E. Hulme presided, supported by the Mayor of Stalybrid
October 3, 1903 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
AMERICAN PRODUCE MARKETS.

AMERICAN PRODUCE MARKETS.

[From Special Correspondent.] NEW YORK, Friday. A slightly more active market, with a weak undertone and easy close, leaves valves 15 points below yesterday' 9 level. Transactions were about 300.000 fully two-thirds of which were December and January. opening was depressed by th
October 3, 1903 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
LIGHT RAILWAYS.

LIGHT RAILWAYS.

COMMISSIONERS' INQUIRY OLD TRAFFORD. COUNCIL AND COMPANY. Yesterday, at the offices of the Stretford District Council, Old Trafford. Colonel Boughey, R.E., C.5.1.. and Mr. H. Steward sat, as Light Railway Commissioners, to inquire into two schemes—one promoted by the West Manche
October 3, 1903 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS.

MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS.

FOUR CONTESTS ARRANGED IN MANCHESTER. Tho latest piece intelligence concerning tho forthcoming municipal elections in Manchester relates to St. George's Ward. Councillor Maxwell, the retiring Radical member for the ward, does not seek reelection. The Conservatives have obtained
October 3, 1903 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
A RUSSIAN WONDERLAND.

A RUSSIAN WONDERLAND.

KREMLIN, MOSCOW. For Englishman understand what the Kremlin is to the Russians, let him imagine what that place would him that contained the Tower of London, St. Paul's, and the other cathedrals, Westminster Abbey, and the Universities. The Kremlin, one writer has said, " is the
October 3, 1903 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
BUKINFIELD COUNCIL.

BUKINFIELD COUNCIL.

TO EXTENSION THE A] drpm TRAMWAYS. 0 f * presided at Tuesday's was T infield Town Council, when Councillor Grim© opposing any amwaya scheme, which Hyde. <»nt«f ' * Dukiffiield are-interested. *"ge. and , present scheme was much too a j°* * board knew whether embark success OT ot
October 3, 1903 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
EXCESSIVE DRINKING, WITHOUT INTOXICATION.

EXCESSIVE DRINKING, WITHOUT INTOXICATION.

letter published the Times " under the above heading, bearine signature E. D. T.." in which, after detailing the failure friend run a publichouse the trust system because tho brewing interests were strong, gives the friend's conclusions the matter as follows: I quite agree with
October 3, 1903 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
CLAIMANTS FOR A FORTUNE.

CLAIMANTS FOR A FORTUNE.

What is known as the " Jones Fortune Commission held an informal sitting Monday at Liverpool, and was adjourned to October 26. The Commissioners said they had received a cable from Melbourne informing them that supplemental inquiry had been ordered en the new claims received, an
October 3, 1903 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THE COMMANDEERED GOLD.

THE COMMANDEERED GOLD.

MR. CHAMBERLAIN AND THE AFRICAN BANKS. Correspondence has becni published which ha* taken place between the Colonial Office and the Standard lir.nk South.Africa, the Bank cf Africa, African Banking Corporation, and the Natal Bank, the claim made by the four banks Imperial Govern
October 3, 1903 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
MOTORS AND MOTORING.

MOTORS AND MOTORING.

END OF THE RELIABILITY TRIALS. [From Correspond ext.] Tlie much-talked-of 1,000 miles' reliabilitytrials came to an end en .Saturday with run to Brighton, but the official results trill nut made known before November. The trials have been carried Out en a scale of completeness n
October 3, 1903 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England