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TELEGRAPH OPERATORS' SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

TELEGRAPH OPERATORS' SOCIAL. Tlie members of Hie teleurapn operatuis staff vtfio'wpre not on duty on Wednesday evening as sembled- at the Criterion Hotel to tender a vale dintnn' cnm'ftl (n'Tllr W T. ITlirriH- wllO ll3B llCCn promo'ted to the Alice Springs station. Mr. E. Broad (the officer in charce) occupied the chair, ami in giving, the toast 'Oar Guest' referred to the popularity which Mr. Harris enjoyed in the iepartment. with which he had been connected for a number of years. Although they were all Borry to part witli him. they were glad that the chansc would brine him promotion in the service. —Mr. W. C. Crawley, on behalf of the Operators' Association, and Mr. W. B. Griffiths, on behalf of tlie night, staff, also spoke.— The chairman pre Bcntcd Mr. Harris with a travelling bag as a token of the respect in which he was held by his fellow employes.— Mr. Harris briefly returned thanks.— During the evening a capital musical programme' was presented, songs being contributed by Me...

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THE NAVAL PAGEANT. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

THE NAVAL PAGEANT. In 'Portsmouth Harbour there is a glad dancing of water, and a sunny haze; out side. .But everywhere the inevitable token of loss, the half-masted flag, overcasts, the brightness of. . the scene. „ The \ ictory, superb* 'and immutable, testifies to the greatest grief the nation has felt since Nelson -fell, and-- her descendants, superb, too, in*their welded might'and simplicity, carry, on this token of majestic mourning, supported by the squadron of German men of-war and the representatives of .the navies of France and Spain, of Portugal and Japan ;i the last -a. splendid specimen of British' naval construction. There they lie, grim]y*magnificent, stretching-away as far as the' eye can see, a double 'line of ?war- ships, marking the course whose signifi cance comes home to the hearts of all, as they, see the familiar towers of Osborne in the peaceful distance above the trees. The ships are waiting, and the people are wait ing, and the Queen is waiting to be brough...

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

To the Editor. Sir — I have not the honour of being ? ; 'The Protectionist President of Mannum,' as ilr. King incorrectly calls me. Nor is the difference between £35,000,000. and. . ?i57,C00,(JU0 111,000,000. However, us it is - half the amount, 1 will ad-nut half a truth, inthis gentleinan's favour, wliic-h is Cer tainly refreshing— may it increase. Jlr. King Tvrites:— 'I'he disease Mr. Shearer' is sufV-eriog from is not a disease of the head it is of the pockets; ur else facts like these would certainly cure him.' Yes, a fact like this— that 57,000,000 is only an in- . crease of 11,000,000 on 35,000,000! Am noc. I obstinate net to swallow pro-foreign trade 'fa:ts' of th's tort? . i must be a sceptic. I suppose my pocket dUca^e meajis my policy of Australia for the Austialians./ ^our correspondent surely does not attri bute mere merc;iuuy mocives to my.wri-''' ting. Jf lie tlo?s there i« evidence from liis ? ??; r-rnuiks that the ease is reversed,- and- his ? ??- h'e.yj is contorte...

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POLICE COURTS. Adelaide Wednesday, March 13. [Before Messrs J. Gordon, S.M., P. J. Whitby, E. J. Conlon, J. underwood, and J. Hilditech.] [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

rOLICE COURTS. ADELAIDE: Wednesday, March 13. [Before Meso-j.-J. Gordon, S.M., i\ J: Whitby, E. J. Conlon, J. Underwood, and J. ililditdi.1 Edward Evans was charged, on the information of llenjy Hedger.-u foreman in the Metropolitan Kire Brigade, with having interfered with him in the performance of his duty, contrary to sec. 54 of tne rue Ungades Act of ls'JO. T. Lock, another foreman, stated that the brigade were engaged in extinguishing a lire at the corner of Light 6quare on Tuesday evening when the defendant, who had become possessi'd oi a key, turned the water off at Uie hydrant. Defendant pleaded that he was as sisting the brigade, and that he had been asked by a llreinan ta look aftcT the hydrauts. Fined £:', or in default one month in gaol, the S.M. remark ing that although defendant might have ucted with good intentions, he was in the wrong. Thomas Wright was cliarged, on the informa tion ot Itobcrt Cunningham, with having assault ed him, at Kent Town, on February lsi. Mr....

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THE LAW COURTS. LOCAL COURTS. ADELAIDE: Wednesday, March 13. [Before Mr. Commissioner Russell, S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

THE LAW COURTS. LOCAL COURTS. . .UIELAIOE: Wednesday, March 13. [Before Mr. Commissioner . Ril-si-11. H.lf.1 lUrine store dealers' licences were granted to J. Curtis and F. ?Bertram. Hichard S. Crabb v. O. D. Tilly.-aaim £13 IBs., for work done. The defendant did not appear. Judgment for the amount claimed. Liodow, Bishop, & Co. v. E. J. Graham.— Claim £1S (is. Cd., (or goods sold and delivered. Judg ment for the plaintiff for the amount claimed. ' J. H. Good & Co. v. E. Alexander-Claim £10 Ss. 10d. for goods sold and delivered. Jlr. G.-F. Micliell appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr. G. M. Evan for the defendant, who' pleaded not indebted. After the plaintiff's case had been concluded, Jlr. Evau applied for an adjournment, ou the ground that the defendant was too ill to attend the court The hearing was adjourncd'for a fortnight, and an order wag made that the defendant should pay into court the amount claimed. i Bevern k Co. v. Mrs. Annie rerrow.— Claim, £7 ( 10s., f...

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DEPUTATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

DEPUTATION. Wants of the. West Coaet.— The foUDronft memorials were presorted to. the Commis sioner of Public Works on Wednesday morn ing by Messrs. A. Poynton and D. MeKen- . zie. members tor the instnet oi iMinaers:— 1. From residents Hundred of Cutt, ask ing that a tank be constructed in the neigh bourfliood of the mission station. 2. From) residents Denial Bay and Charra, asking tiint the road be grubbed from north-west corner of P.lock 13, Hundreil O'Loughlin, due south along 'Blocks 13, 12. 5, and 4, O'Loughlin, and Block 13, Hundred _ot Moule, thence south-east along south sidn of Blocks 13, 12, 8\v, and jKiit 8a, Hundred! of Moule, till it meets the road coming; from western end of the Hundred ot' Goode. 3. From residents Denial Bay, Mu rat Bay, and Hundred of Goode, asking that the .road be grubbed and cleared from Hie north-eatft end of road running between. Blocks 12 and 13, Hundred of Goode, thence along road intersecting Blocks 15, 3, 2, and 1. Hundreil of Goode, then i...

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MAIL STEAMERS AT FREMANTLE. FREMANTLE, March 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

MAIL STEAMERS AT FREMANTLE. FREMANTLE. March 13. The R.M.S. Australia arrived at II o'clock this morning from London with the following saloon passengers on board:— For Fremantie — Dr. and Mrs. Imzoldsby. Mrs. and Misses J. Morrioon. Mihs Hurt, Messrs. U. Pontifex,' A. E. Moi- s-ms, and Lieut. Davis. For Adelaide—Mr. W. G. Smith, For Melbourne — Lady and Mia* Mo Eaehiirn, Lady Janet Clarke and miiid, Mesdames H. Levy, nurse, and child, Bayles. Armstrong, Clark, Vallange, iufant, and nurse, Gregory, child, infant, and governess Misses Armstrong (4), Brooks, Sai-ROod. Greig, Moore, and Clarke, Dr.'Laver and Mcssre. Bayles, Brooks, Armytago, R. C. Clark and 'valet, Allen, J. Winter, and Gregory. For Sydney— Mr. and Mrs. Clivc, Mr. and Mrs. T. Fiudley, Col. and Mrs. Onslow, 5 infants and 2 nurses, Mr. and Mrs. Pallet and child, Rev. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Mardcil Mr. and Mrs. Ainslie and child, Mr.' and Mrs. Fairfax and maid; Mr and'MrsJ and Misses O.sborne, Mesdiuiies Orr, McBenn, Lcpoll, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

\ :., A few Samples Jfpo&itii^EpffilTSE STOCK of /' By Appointment Watchmaker and Jeweller to His Excellency Lord Tennyson, T6, RUNDLE STREET, and A 24, 26, 28, ARCADE, ADELAIDE. JlifiilKS! Jr I ^\ * ad^ ^ua^y an-* flfok© Guaranteed, Value and' Fashion Afternoon Tea Set ami Salver, very best quality, ^^t^SmmB5T '^'^O-^ . ^^^^^^^)y - ? ? ' _i st- ii,_m «^n £i los. complete. ^^^^^^» ^-LllJ^ d???feb Approval, ii tii6y will J| Bi.sc.it Barrel, China, ^th F..R- Biscnit Butter ^.0^858.; with Fork and /OSLJ^ ^^ ^ ^ amOUnt -ggg||v 't'wi .-???;? ? iSiSTCsi^ ^ey wish' to 'spend. v$KL II J&l /Pte£^ ? ' ' ' ? - ? **- Salad Bowi auri Servers, 25s others at 103., lis. 6d., ^SjVl ^?JL (Pp&U Child's Eg? Cup nnd Spoon, in case, sterling silver - ]Vg. fid., to 30s. fiSsM XfilSiSlL t£S£&2g raounls and spoon, tlie latest and prettiest of Jf^EfsHfliSew' I® '^^5 children's gifts. 15s., assorted patterns. ?* rWmlJiTfi*-^- ^--fgr|fiujjjp- Hqtvrater Kettle, perfectly plain, ^...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

8. : . THE REGISTER, ADELAIDE, THURSDAY, MAliCH 14, 1901. II A B S H I L L S MAESHALL'SiMf RSHALL'SMARSHALL'S'mARSHALL'S] x-^ f\ MARSHAL L'SjMAESH ALL'S MARSHALL'S MARSHALL'S HALF-YEARLY HALF-YEARLY HALF-YEARLY- HALF-YEARLY f^ki^Sd^\ HALF-YEARLY HALF-YEARLY HALF-YEARLY HALF-YEARLY Messrs. JAS. MARSHALL & 00. r* epeetfully announce that their Half-yearly Summep Sale is now on. OUE GREAT DRAPERY AND FURNI TURE HALF-YEARLY SUMMER Being the largest strictly retail Drapers and Furnishers in South Australia we can with confidence solicit your patronage. large Lota of DRESSES, prints, cali coes, ....linens, . clotein;, SHIRTS, HATS, TllTOTm ©lit MILLINERY, MANTLES, COS TUMES, RIBBONS, for LACES. UNDER CLOTHING, silks, trim- To-day. 3UNGS. HOSIERY. J GLOATS. CAR PETS, BOOTS, LINOLEUMS, TOYS. The Stock, offer ing will comprise cheap, mediuin. and !»„.„ *»„.»., first-class qualities, Boors Open and the prices ouf goods will be marked Oi JO 0 ClOCk. Many thousands of pounds worth must ...

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CONCERNING PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

CONCERNING PEQPLE. His Excellency .Lord Tennjpon came t9 the city from Marble Hill on Wednesday! morning to attend a meeting of the Execn* tive Council. 'In the afternoon he was offi cially called upon by Capt. McAllister, of H.M.S. Torch, and Mr. A. W. Ware, tho newly elected Mayor of Adelaide. Lord Tennyson subsequently paid a private visit! to the camp of the sixth contingent at Iher Exhibition Grounds. Dr. liornabrook, tlie young South Austra^ lian who so distinguished himself in tha South African campaign and in India as a plague expert, is returning to Adelaide by; the mail steamer Australia, whicli reach ed Fremantle yesterday, and which will probably arrive at Largs Bay on Sunday evening. Among other South Australians on board is Mr. Walter G. Smith, of Ya- lumba, who has been travelling in India. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Wilkinson and family, of Adelaide, returned by the mail steamer Moravian on Wednesday after a European lour. At WiUaston on March 15 Mr. and Mrs, IT. E. Bright w...

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THE DEATH ON THE TALUNE. SYDNEY, March 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

THE DEATH ON THE TALUtfE. SYDNEY March 13. The inquest concerning the death of Patrick Conway on the steamer Talune while on the voyage from Wellington to Sydney was continued to-dav before the deputy L-oroner, Dr. Todd. James Thom son, passenger by the steamer, said that Mrs. Smith now in court was pointed out to him by Conway. He saw her with Con way on the night that the latter died, and he saw her after tea on the same night look into the men's oabin. Jessie Fairless, a steerage passenger, said she had seen Mrs. Smith standing near the men's cabin. The enquiry was further adjourned. -

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THE BROKEN HILL PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

TUK lll{l.)Ki:.\ 1111,1. I'KOI)1CK HAltKKT. Me.--rs A. A. Hrice i Co. re[«jrt on March 12: -I he consumption of butter in lliis town is well maintained, and altltuuzii the larger proportion arrives ftumi Victoria, still South Australian dairy i-i readily planil ai good fitrun-s, and consignors slmiil.i tiirvvard 'iiorc, as vaincs for this cla-s of butter are very satisfactory. K/-rs are coming for ward more fn-ply, but arc nut selling as freely as tht-y slioiiM, caused more by the off qualitv -if iiuny of tin- egsrs arriving ihan bv the quantitr. lii (Ji-mund for baci.n is good, values linn. Chee-e iix^ steady saie at low rates. Poultry is in strong (k-niaml. and all prime birds nalize'high ligures ar.il as tin* requirements of this town are above sup plies values arc .sure to be good on Friday. Cuf d turkeys and fowls are specially in diniaiiil. l'ige on- arc idling wf 11, and there ar.- eni|uirifs for quanlitirs for Friday, and good birds are sure to bring high prices. Values to-d...

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AUSTRALIAN MARKETS. MELBOURNE, March 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

AUSTRALIAN. ^MARKETS. ''MELBOURNE. March IS. Wheat was dull to-day at 2/8 for prompt de livery; business was done at 2/81 for early April. Kluttr was quiet at £(ito £60/. Bran command id !»ld. to itjd., and pollard up to l(Md. Malting barley realized 3/ to 3.H. Al gerian feed ,- oats '.fetched . 1J5 to 3/5J, and millin? do. 1/8 to I/Hi*. llaizu was worth 2/SA to ?;'!». Chaff wiis sold at 45/ to 55/. I'rinie pntatoos moved off at £i to £1 5/. Onions liad tales at X5 15/ to £0. ' Bnsine&i in Mauri tins sujrar included tlie balance of the lone's -an;o, and nearly the whole, of the following inrso. Tranfaitions in tea covered iwj chests of lmiian at 51ii. to 7d., 1(W packages of Ceylon at .'d. lo Tijd., und a small line of Ceylon at l.'l. l-inp fetcliitl 4jd. llempseed was told at .Cl« to .C17. Fair business was. done in citric acid up to 1/5. About UO laics of cornsacks chaiiKid hands at .*-/l f.o.b. Alwut UK) tons i;f (icrman No. s wire was sold partly to arrive. Kcrosinc was ...

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TRADE AND FINANCE. CUSTOMS RECEIPTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

THADE (AND FINANCE. - CUSTOMS HSCEIPTS. The weekly - receipts of the Customs on account of duties since the commencement of the financial ? year compare as follows with those of the Tjrevious year: — ' 1S». ? : ] I'Oa. 3uly l-Dcc SO , £310,677 July 1-Dec. '-1- . £315,004 - 10UO.- ? - 1'JUI. January 0 ... !),3Cf2 January .i . . . 15,:I75 January 13 .. ? iH,lt« January VI . . i:t,S4:J ianujry 20 ... 11,0-1! ' January 1!) ... 15,231 January 27-. . . a,51S .January ^li . . . 17,7.')0 February 3 . ... lS-,591 r-Yliruary 2 ... 15.:;17 i February 10 ... M.-tM I'cliruary tf. . . . W,?m l-'ebrcury 17 ... . H.UJa r'oljruary Hi ... J;;.ltf' February 24 ... 1S..154 February SS ... iAi-t March S ..... 12,:IOS March 2 .... !i. 102 ilarch 10 .... IS. 1,(1 March U ? in,'J77 Total .... i; 1.10.01 1 Tula! . ... JCJ.VI.SUj lnrrcanc, lWW-I, ti.lSI. 1~\POUT Of AVKRlfAX AliltlOT.Tl'K.U, MALlllXEltY. The growth in the export of American agricultural machinery -.nay uc leathered irom the following particul...

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NORWICH UNION INSURANCE SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

NORWICH UNION INSURANCE SOCIETY. The Norwich Union Insurance Society, which had had for its local head-quartera the offices formerly occupied by the South Australian Insurance Comimny at tlie cor ner of Pirie and King William, streets since its purchase of the latter company's fire business, moved into new premises in the National Mutual Buildings next to the Bank of Adelaide on Wednesday. Owing to the increase of business transactions the branch manager, Mr. R. A. Paxton, and the South Australian Board of' Advice, composed of Messrs. F. H. Snow (chairman), W. Shierlaw, F. W. Bullock, and A. G. Downer, found it necessary to obtain more , commo dious offices, and were fortunate enough to secure those which .were built specially for the National Mutual Life Association. The offices have been fitted u-- and furnished in the most up-to-date style by Messrs. Pengeiley and Son. The fittings are com posed of cedar. The walls of the main office and board room arc of a- soft green hue, which...

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DE WET. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

DE TVET.' The irreconcilable Christian De Wet is again on familiar ground 'after his disastrous raid into Cape Colony. This redoubtable guerilla, leader ' be longs to a numerous family, whose name is pronounced De Vet. Some of them possess cattle ranches and sheep farms in the hilly country adja cent to the Basutoland border. Chris tian De Wet married a. Dopper wife, and has trained, all his children to hate the British, leaving them almost entire ly uneducated lest they should learn to like the foreigner.'- i--Piet'-De'Wet, the brother of the 'general, was at the be ginning of the war a', much better known man /tJian ^Christian;- who, al though a member ..'of \ the Free State Volksraad, had not-long been promoted from field cornet and commandant when he enjoyed the good fortune which enabled him to score the big suc cess of his life, and raised him at the age of little, more than-40 years to .the position of a prominent Boer general. A returned member of the New South Wales Ambulan...

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The Register ADELAIDE: THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 1901. IS BRITISH TRADE DECLINING? [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

Ik §tptn ADELAIDE: THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 1901. IS BRITISH TRADE DECLINING? A time of unexampled prosperity and healthy national impulse is a strangely inopportune occasion for pessimists to be nuzzling over the future of Eng land, /vvouderiug whether she will last the century, and making various he roic suggestions for meeting remote contingencies.. It is, however, sa tisfactory to discover from one of the proposals which have been made that some prophets of evil have no valid -hum to be taken seriouslj. A recom mendation that England should abau Jon her noblest enterprises, discredit the means by which she has^ become sreat and wealthy, and retrograde into protectionist paths, is so obviously sui ddal that it carries its own condemna tion. It would be equally sensible or stupid, after dilating upon the perils of a germ-laden atmosphere, to advise a strong man to avoid them by closing the pores of his skin. The permanence uf the British Empire rests upon the tree market of England. We...

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NEWS OF THE DAY. THE COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC WORKS IN THE NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

NEWS OF THE DAT. THE COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC WORKS IN THE NORTH. The Commissioner of Public Works, Hon. R..W. Foster, has returned to Ade laide after a hurried trip to Jamestown, Bundaleer, and the Bum. In company ?with the ?Eiigineer-in-Chief, Mr. A: b.; Moncrieff, he left the city on Monday And went straight to Jamestown to inspect the hospital. He was met by the board of management, and was shown over/ the building. Mr.' Foster found that the pre1 rnises were totally inadequate for the re quirements of the district. No fewer than 14 patients were being accommodated in tents. They are convalescent, and aro most comfortably provided for. The. wea ther being warm at present they are expe riencing no inconvenience, but the condi tions will soon be too cold for the sick people to remain in tents. Most of ?them are typhoid patients. The Commissioner was satisfied of the need for enlarging the place, and tenders will be called this week for the erection of four rooms. These will be used ...

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THE FEDERAL ELECTIONS THE H0N. A. R. ADDISON AT NORTH ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

THE .FEDERAIi-ELECTIONS. [PUBLISHED BYSPl^itj&RRANGEMENT.] THE HON. A.R.PADDIBON AT NORTH ADELi&E. The Hon. A. R. Addison, M.L.C., who is a candidate for the Federal Senate, addres sed a meeting of electdrs in, 'the North Ade laide Institute on Monday evening. Mr. J. mrser presided, i The Hon. A. R. ?Addison, who received a very gratifying reception, said:— Mr. Chairman, Ladies, and- Gentlemen— This is the first time I have had the pleasure of addressing jan audience.™ North Adelaide, although I have been a colonist of over 61 years. I have to make a few preliminary personal xeniarks because. I am not so. well known in the city as I am in the northern and southern parts of the country. I only passed a few of my early days m city com mercial offices— for example, in the office of Younghusband & Co. Subsequently I went into the Bank of [south Australia at Port Klliot, and after remaining there a few years 1 joined'a 'large milling linn in- the south. „ Afterwar...

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FOREIGN NOTES. LONDON, February 1. THE AUSTRIAN REICUSRATH. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

FOREIGN NOTES. [Prom our Special Correspondent.] LONDON, February 1. . THE AUSTRIAN' REIdlSRATH. The elections for the Austro-llungarian Rekhsrath. resulted in making the confusion of parties worse confounded, for the very suliieieut reason that it brnueht about a greater equalization in the numerical strength of the leailing sections than ever prevailed before. The first meeting of tlie new Chamber took place yesterday, and what is properly called an unseemly de monstration occurred. After three Czech ' members had 'given vent to their national feelings, threatening the Government with what would happen it a word against the I'zechs appeared in the speech from the throne, and after the Tresi-' dent had been .rudely called upon to speak in the Czech tongue,'' Dr. U'eigel roM! to express the House's regret at the death of Queen Victoria. Thereupon Italia in broke loose. .Fierce shouts of 'Heil . den llnren,' 'Long live the Boers,' were I raised by the -Herman, people's represeuta- 1 ...

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