BY Orr PRIVATE WfRt. LoNDnV,, FuiD.nY EvFxrarG.-The new Govern- ment dleserve to be congratulated on their decision aswage the Factories Bill. Any other course would have been highly imprudent, and might have been disastrous. There has been more real interest qliov%-n in this na
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(ESTABLISHED ANNO 1737.) -.ttalt 'Ou'ls5ftt-to BELFAST: 1 THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 1895. In the House of Commons yesterday Mr. Schwann moved the second reading of the Tramways (Local Authorities) Bill. After a short discussion the motion was agreed to, and the billwas referred to a se
GREAT UX7rIOYTBSV VICTORY 0N MID. NORFOLK. 1. DEnTtssi, WrEnESDAY.-The counting of votes in the election in the Mid-Norfolk constituency of a parliamentary representative to succeed Mr. C. huas Higgins, the latest seceder from the ranki's of the lian Mlinisterialists, was begun
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DEPUTATIONS TO THlE LORD IEBUT' E NA NT. DUBLUS, F1 ?? afternoon his Excel- lency tire Lord Lienteisant received addresses of arelcome frori the Royal Ifiierniun Academy of A.rcs and the Royal Institute of Arclrtects. His I I:..e~eacy vwas attended by Sir William B. Raye, C.B., p