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" GLADSTONE DAY." ♦

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GLADSTONE DAY." ♦ The Ycung Scot;* Society held their second annual conference in Edinburgh on Saturday, and in the evening inaugurated a "Gladstone Day," which was celebrate at a large meeting in the music hall. Mr. Bryce, M.P., presided, and in- dicated some of th/s leading principles which actuated the career of the late statesman. One of Mr. Gladstone's foremost aims was to reduce the burdens that pressed upon the people, and with what horror said Mr. Bryce, would he have Feen what we see tow—taxes raised upon tea, reiiKposcd upon -igar, and placed even upon bread. Hand in with his love of retrench- ment and economy was bis love of peace end horror of the evils of war, nothing shocking him so much as war. while a third principle hf held was his love of liberty, and it was this that formed tho foundation of his policy towards Ireland. Lastly, Mr. Gladstone had a very high conception of national duty in international affairs. Mr. Thomas Shaw, K.C., M.P., gave an address en ''Gladstc-ie a living teacher." and messages were re.d from Earl Spencer, IJDrd Aberdeen, Sir Win. Karcourt, Mr. John and others.

TERRIBLE BOATING ACCIDENTS.…

CHESTER WOMAN'S WINDFALL.

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SPORTING. I

REDCAR MEETING.

DUNSTALL PARK MEETING.

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IWREXHAM RACES.

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ENGAGEMENT OF LADY LETTICE…

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ITERRIBLE ACCIDENT AT HOLYHEAD…

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THE PIERROTS. .

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TARPORLEY

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CHESTER STOCK & SHARE LIST…

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