The Bye-elections, . The Contest at Manchester, . Attitude of the Irish,
. Defeat of Mr. Churchill, . The Dewsbury and Kincardineshire
Elections, . Death of Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman,. The Licensing
Bill ; Debate on the Second Reading, [85-90). Meeting of the Liberal Party
at the Reform Club, . Education (Scotland) Bill, . Port of London Bill,
Second Reading, . East Wolverhampton Election, . Social Reform
Proposals; Shop Hours Bill; the Opium Traffic, . Naval Disasters, [93).
Civil Service Estimates, [94). The Budget Introduced, . Its Reception,
. Dundee Election, . The Government and Home Rule, .
Crimes Act Repeal Bill, . Irish Universities Bill, Second Reading, .
Housing and Town Planning Bill, (102). The Lords Transform the Land
Values Bill, . Temperance Demonstration at the Albert Hall, (105).
Hop Trade Demonstration, (105). Debate on South African Federation, (105).
Parliamentary Reporting, (106). Importation of Plumage Bill and other
Measures, . Second Reading of the Education Bill, . Memorial to
the Late Premier; Debate, . The Government Plan of Franchise
Reform, . Mr. Asquith at the Reform Club, . Women Suffragists
and Ministers, . Stirling Election, . Shipbuilders' Strike, .
Debate on Colonial Preference in the House of Lords, . The Irish
Land Question, . Scottish Local Option Bill, [115). Minor Social Re.
form Proposals, (115). Debate on the Budget Resolutions, . Scottish
Home Rule Bill, . British Opinion and the Empire, . Foreign
Affairs; Royal Visit to Scandinavia, (120). President Fallières' Visit to
London, (120). German Visitors, . Impending Royal Visit to the Tsar,
. Mr. Balfour at the Liberal Union Club, . Fiscal Reform Amend-
ment to the Finance Bill, . Lord Cromer on Free Trade, . Debate
on the Sugar Convention, ; on the State of Natal and other Colonial
Problems, ; on Factory Accidents, ; on the King's Visit to the Tsar,
[128). Adjournment for Whitsuntide and Position of the Government, .
The King Visits the Tsar, (131). The Labour Members and the Royal Garden
Party, . Congresses at Whitsuntide, . Lord Morley of Blackbum on
India, [132). Parliament Reassembles ; Small Holdings; Prevention of Crime
Bill, . Mr. Asquith at the National Liberal Club, (134). Women's Suffrage
Procession to the Albert Hall, . Old Age Pensions Bill; Second Reading
Debate, ; Arrangements for Committee, (137). National Liberal Federa-