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A BRITISH CAPTAIN SENTENCED TO DEATH. LONDON, APRIl 26. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 29 April 1898
A BRITISH CAPTAIN SENTENCED TO DEATH. ~' London, Apiiil 26. A sensational incident is le'portcd fiom Havana. The Spanish authorities seized Captain Milburn of the British steamer 'Myrtlcdcon' which trades lo Cuban polls, dragged him befoie an impromptu court martial, charge ing him with being an American spy. Captain Milburn was sentenced to death but daied the Spanish authoiilics to shoot him. 'If you shoot me' be said, 'your city will be immediately destroyed.' Shortly afterwards Captain Milburn was released, the British Consul having intervened on his behalf.
BRITISH NEUTRALITY. LONDON, April 26. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 29 April 1898
BRITISH NEUTRALITY. London, Apul 26. The Home Secretary lias issued a procla mation directing that British' ports shall only supply coal to the belligerent nations to carry them to the nearest port in their own country. The proclamation further' directs that no second supply of coal shall.ba granted to the vessels ot tne Belligerent liiuious witnin three months of the fiist. The Home Secietaiy also interdicts the carrying into British poits of any prizes captured by;eithcr Ametica ar Spain.
AN AMERICAN DISAPPOINTMENT. LONDON, April 25. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 29 April 1898
AN AMERICAN DISAPPOINTMENT. ' London, Apnl 25. The Americans have been disappointed in an anticipated engagement with a Spanish war-ship. The United States battle-ship New York, 8 200 tons, 18 guns, and two other menof war were waiting to encountei a war-ship which was believed to be the Spanish battle ship Almuante Oquendo, 7,000 tons, 12 guns. The vessel, howevei, proved to be an Italian man-of-wai.
THE INVASION OF CUBA. LONDON, April 25. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 29 April 1898
THE INVASION OF CUBA. , London, April 25. There is some difference of opinion be tween the Secictary for War and the Com mandcr-m-chief of the United States army with icgaid to the militaiy operations to be undertaken in Cuba. Mi. Russell Algerdcsiics that a force of legulai tioops should immediately pioceed to the island and be landed thcic. Gencial Mi'cs however, considcis that it would bo dangerous to send fewci than fl0,000 men He is also of opinion that they should bo well organised and drilled before undertaking the invasion of Cuba. London, Apul 26. i Tho Democratic jingo members of Con gress aie veiy impatient at the prospect' of delay in the commencement of active opera tions at Cuba They demand the immediate bombaidment of Havana by the American fleet.
ANOTHER SPANISH STEAMER CAPTURED. LONDON, April 25. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 29 April 1898
ANOTHER SPANISH STEAMER CAPTURED. London, Apul 2fi. Tho Spanish btcamci Satuinnm, a vessel of 2.808 tons, owned by Messis. Lamiiga & Oo , ot Bilbao and Livcipool, has boon captiued by the Aincnc.ui i-.vnnuo euttei Weona, one gun, coinmandei G II. Goading. A list of the vessels captiued to date is as follows : — i AMERICAN PRIZES. A lumbci ship at Key West. Thcss. Matlnlde, captmed after a snuit chaso by a toipeclo-boafc belonging to Cap tain Sampson's sqn.ulion. The i- s. Miguel Jo\cr, of Barcelona, with a caigo of cotton and grain \ allied at iso,O0J. Cnptuied by an Amencan gunboit. The ss Bucna Ncntuia, 1.711 tons, of 'Bilbao. Went ashoie after captuie, and was' repoi tcil sinking, Supposed to have -been scuttled. The s s Catalina, 4,706 tons, captured by the American cruisci ,Detioit. The s s. Raturninn, of Bilbao, captured by the revenue cutter Wmona. ' ' SPANISH PRIZE. ' ' The ship Shenandoah, bound from San Fianeisco to Antwerp, with a caigo o£ 20,000 quarters of wheat...
QUIETER FEELING IN MADRID. [Newspaper Article] — Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser — 6 May 1898
QUIETER .FEEIIIN'G'IN MADRID.'1'' The latestinesvs' froinuiMadrid -states that; the feeling of rancour -against the Govern-' incut lias now, qinelenijd to] sbine 'extent.'-, i .Speakingsat. a/ip'nibhstra'tioirin connection, with the Primrose Longue' in London1 Lord Salisbury received a great.ovatipn. ^ Ho said the integrity, qf .tho Empire, was. much. jsafer .' now than loot. -The fiscal position qf the country was'unequalleil in his, aud. although seeds of conflict'' were . being ^owri,' in'^nvany direetions; 'Bri tai n-^aced' the'^f ut'u re ' without ' difiquietudejhutphe' \voii]fl-n'eve'r'allOw'litiiVl self to be-taken :\t,a''tli.Va.lvanta^c.'' ?' '