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THE POLITICAL SITUATION. I OUR LONDON CORRESPONDENT.] 1 . . The week opened with the great meeting of i the

THE POLITICAL SITUATION. I OUR LONDON CORRESPONDENT.] 1 . . The week opened with the great meeting of i the

Liberal party at the Foreign Office. Here, 1 for the first time since his elevation to the political helm, the Earl of Rosebery and the i membere of the reconstructed Cabinet met the 1 representatives of the Liberal party in the shape ! of 'as many M.P.'s as could crowd into the
March 17, 1894 - Dewsbury Chronicle and West Riding Advertiser - Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England
 
J OHNS TON AND SULLIVAN,

J OHNS TON AND SULLIVAN,

HIGH-CLASS. TAILORS, LIVERY AND HABIT MAKERS, HURCH-STREET. DEWSBURY. SPECIALITE IN LADIES' JACKETS. REASONABLI [c1441 PRICES. SCHIEDMAYER PIANO AS SUPPLIND TO HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN. HIS IMPERIAL MAJESTY THE EMPEROR OF GERMANY, HIS IMPERIAL MAJESTY EMPEROR Or RUSSIA, HIS MAJESTY
May 5, 1894 - Dewsbury Chronicle and West Riding Advertiser - Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England
 
NARRATIVES OF SURVIVORS.

NARRATIVES OF SURVIVORS.

The narratives of the nine entombed men who were rescued aliveshow how very nearly they escaped a terrible death. Herbert Nichol, of 56, Beancroft'road, Castleford, who is suffering from severe bruises to the left shoulder, as well as shock, was interviewed by a Press representa
May 5, 1894 - Dewsbury Chronicle and West Riding Advertiser - Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England
 
THE YORKSHIRE PARLIAMENTARY ELECTORATE.

THE YORKSHIRE PARLIAMENTARY ELECTORATE.

A Home Office return shows the number of I electors on the register in force, in each con-1 stituenoy. Of the :Yorkshire county divisions in the East Riding the Holderness Division numbers 9,874 electors; Buckrose, 9,U2; Howdenshire, 9,507. In the North Riding the Thirsk and Ili
May 5, 1894 - Dewsbury Chronicle and West Riding Advertiser - Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England
 
THE INQUEST.

THE INQUEST.

The inquest was held at the Bradford Town Hall. Mrs. Martha Ann Rowan, the widow, said she last saw her husband alive at about ten minutes to eleven on Monday morning, lie was then at home and he told her that he was going bo Bradford. She next saw his dead body at Mrs. Wright's
May 5, 1894 - Dewsbury Chronicle and West Riding Advertiser - Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England
 
RAVENSTHORPE.

RAVENSTHORPE.

NATURALISTS' SOCIETY. The monthly meeting of the local naturalists' society took place at Ravensthorpe on Sunday, when a good muster of members put in an appearance to listen to an interesting lecture on Geology" by Mr. Joseph Firth, of Huddersfield. Mr. Butterfield, of Dewsbury
May 5, 1894 - Dewsbury Chronicle and West Riding Advertiser - Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England
 
FOOTBALL, RESULTS.

FOOTBALL, RESULTS.

O. T. P. 3. T. P. 1 Bradford 0 Hornets .. 0 0-- 0 Gloucester -16 Castletord t2 0— 8 Hartlepool Rovers. 2 4-22 11,.lifax Horstorth... ...... t 3 2-20 Bradhl , aw's Team O. 3 8 Biitannia .... .5 1:-31 Pon...efract Leeds Parish Ch. .. 1 4,-17 Rest of Seconds 1 1— I Morecambe 1 1— 7
May 5, 1894 - Dewsbury Chronicle and West Riding Advertiser - Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England
 
THE EMPRESS OF AUSTRIA AND lIER INCOG.

THE EMPRESS OF AUSTRIA AND lIER INCOG.

The Empress of Austria invariably travels incognito. There is 'lathing that she loves so much as privacy, nor anything which she so abhors as "fuss and feathers." The name which she assumes is that of Countess of Hohenembs, and under its cover she has been able to satisfy her ta
May 5, 1894 - Dewsbury Chronicle and West Riding Advertiser - Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England
 
AN EPISCOPAL JOKE.

AN EPISCOPAL JOKE.

A good joke occurred before the discussion on the Pistol Bill began, through Lord Stanley asking the Bishop of Oxford to examine the samples of pistols. The Bishop respectfully declined, adding, " Although I know something about making canons, I am totally ignorant of the mechan
May 5, 1894 - Dewsbury Chronicle and West Riding Advertiser - Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England
 
ORDINARY MATCHES.

ORDINARY MATCHES.

DICWSBURY AND SAVILE V. HALIFAX (AN ELEVEN).—At Halifax. For Halifax Hey took two wickets for 18 runs, Barlow three for 35, Haigh two for 14, Bateman, one for 12, Smith one for I], Turner one for 12. Dr. Robinson and Smith batted well. Richardson, Walker, Booth, and Fisher batte
May 5, 1894 - Dewsbury Chronicle and West Riding Advertiser - Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England