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Parliament rises this week for a holiday, which, if excitement and oratory be the test, is uncommonly well-deserved. The Opposition

Parliament rises this week for a holiday, which, if excitement and oratory be the test, is uncommonly well-deserved. The Opposition

is probably as wearied of delivering flank attacks on the Ministry as the Ministerial Party is of thwarting them. The Government has survived every device of Liberal strategy and ingenuity. This severe disappointment to Opposition champions, whose hopes of office are now painful
April 17, 1905 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
MR. CHAMBERLAIN'S VISIT.

MR. CHAMBERLAIN'S VISIT.

AN ADDRESS TO BE FRESEXTED. A meeting of the Executive Committee of the Lancashire and Cheshire Conservative Working Men's Federal ion was held at the Conservative Club, Manchester, Saturday. Alderman A. Bennett (Warrington) presided, and representatives from Ramsbottom, Liverpo
April 17, 1905 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
MR. LONG DISAPPOINTS DUBILLS.

MR. LONG DISAPPOINTS DUBILLS.

——■ d The Chief Secretary lor Ire * n that, owing to prior self unable to accept the \< Dublin Unionist Alliance a bodies to dine with them ° to<> fl- I Recess in Dublin. lS . fer te " dinner will be fixed for lal 1, left Dublin last evening *'I_-~*z2*cilQ~
April 17, 1905 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
The number of men now employed Elswick works is greater than at any previous period of history. Incandescent gases under

The number of men now employed Elswick works is greater than at any previous period of history. Incandescent gases under

slight pressure give light composed of lines, but under pressure, a continuous spectrum. On the railways of the United Kingdom there is one locomotive and thirty-six vehicles per mile of line. the United States there is only one per four miles railway, and thirty-six vehicles pe
April 17, 1905 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
M. H. Raynaud, alias Count" Rodante, financier, whose debts are said to amount to twenty-one million francs, was at Bow-street

M. H. Raynaud, alias Count" Rodante, financier, whose debts are said to amount to twenty-one million francs, was at Bow-street

Police-court, London, on Saturday, again remanded for extradition to France, further papers being expected. One the waggons in heavily-laden goods train, iv passing through a tunnel half mile long on Saturday at Blackburn, jumped the metals, naif an hour delay was caused in gett
April 17, 1905 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THE NEW "QUARTERLY."

THE NEW "QUARTERLY."

- ew . mber of the "Quarterly Review," s Just been issued by Mr. John Murray, >le for the variety and the excellence of fi J * en tB, Lord Dufferin is the subject of the nisi article; and the writer, after noting certain +w S - character, closes with the tribute at Lordship will
April 17, 1905 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
POINT TO POINT RACES.

POINT TO POINT RACES.

The annual Point-to-point j™n at Brindle, near Chorley, on v jj a'large and fashionable was about three miles, ana Results: J Open Light-weight Steeplechase. M worth'e Coal Tax (Mr. l jKl* son's Leamington Spa filing's Clinker (owner), 3. Mem, Light-weight Edxth'H Pride (Mr. Bis
April 17, 1905 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
NORTHERN UNION CUP.

NORTHERN UNION CUP.

RIVAL ROSES IN CONFLICT. UNEXPECTED RESULTS. The Northern Rugby League clubs have, during the season which now drawing to a close, given their supporters some surprising results, but none more than those in the semi-final ties for the Northern Union Cup. Before the games were pl
April 17, 1905 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Don't put off till To-morrow what can be done To-day. If you feel run down, weak and listless, procure a

Don't put off till To-morrow what can be done To-day. If you feel run down, weak and listless, procure a

good tonic and commence taking it, and continue to take it until you feel Health and vigour return. 'Malted Milk, the scientific combination of pure milk, wheat and barley malt, is the ideal substitute for medicine when you feel low and lacking energy. It is most nutritious and
April 17, 1905 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THE ADVANCE ON KIRIN.

THE ADVANCE ON KIRIN.

RUSSIANS OUTFLANKED. ["Times" Telegram, per Press Association. Copyright.] St. Petersburg, Sunday. private telegram from Kunzuling says there positive information that a large Japanese force is heading towards Kirin beyond reach of the Russian outposts, and that another large fo
April 17, 1905 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England