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THE GOVERNMENT AND THE COUNTRY.âThe Press Association understands that her Majesty's Government is seriously contemplating the advisability of calling both Houses of Parliament together early in November in order to consult them with regard to the fresh out- break of hostilities in Afghanistan. No definite arrange- ment has yet been arrived at, as the Cabinet have not yet been collectively consulted, but the probabilities are now strongly in favour of a November session. MANCHESTER.âMr. Slagg, the second Liberal candi- date for Manchester, has consented to vote, if elected, for the Home Rule inquiry, and to support the Irish party generally on the same lines as Mr. Jacob Bright. WEST CHESHIRE.âActive steps are being taken by the Liberal party to contest the West Division of Cheshire at the next general election. The names of two county gentlemen have been prominently brought forward as possible candidates, but on this point nothing can be known until the delegate meeting, which it is proposed should take place early in October.

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