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CORONER IN TRAP ACCIDENT.…

RUSSELL TRIAL.

KING AND CHESHIRE YEO- II…

THE RADICAL SPLIT.__I

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THE RADICAL SPLIT. I LORD ROSEBERY'S MANIFESTO. I Lord Rosebery on Tuesday night sent an impor- tant letter to the members of the City Liberal Club, London. His lordship deals with the recent meeting of the Opposition, and says the Liberal party, in order to preserve the appearance of har- mony, has conceded a liberty of action and speech Tegarding the war which is in effect universal liberty, and he holds himself, therefore, absolved from the restraint he imposed on himself when he resigned the leadership, but he has no desire to re- enter the arena of party politics. The attitude of the party to the war is neutrality and an open mind. That, he contends, is an impossible attitude, and one that spells Liberal impotence. The differences in the party are not the result of per- sonal jealousies, are not simply on the war, but arise from sincere fundamental and incurable an- tagonism of principle with regard to the Empire at large and our consequent policy. One section is avowedly insular, the other Imperial, and one or the other must prevail if the Liberal party is again to become a force.

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DUELLING IN THE GERMAN I ARMY.

THE WAR. II

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