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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 4 April 1902

TllE NOJLU'OLK HOTS : 1'IUDAT , APRIL < i , 1902 , High School Orators Entertain a Large Audience. TEACHERS' MEETING ENJOYED. Dr. Sanderson of Fremont Addressed the Association This Morning In structive Papers Wore Rend and Well Received. From WmlnpwUy' * Unlly. The teachers nncl school pupils of north Nebraska arc assembling in foroo iu Norfolk today to nttoud the tonolinrH1 association , the first Houston of which was hold in the Auditorium this after- noon. There WIVH n Rood attendance nt the flrst mooting ivnd the Houston opoiiH with tin intercut nmulfoBt thnt in very auspicious. The weather Is exceedingly fiwprablo nuil is undoubtedly responsible for the promise of n largo nttondonoo , during the session. The Columbus delegation ixiid high school orohostrn of 20 pieces ciuno in on n special car ntUohod to the noon accommodation and other dologn- tiotiR have boon nrrlving by every train , many of thorn wearing gay rlbhoim and badges appropriate to their ohuwoN or fichoola. i ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 4 April 1902

NORFOLK NEWS : VUI DAY , APRIL , 1002 n Beauty and Glasses. Women strain their eyes waste ncrrc energy and produce premature wrinkles , because they think glasses detract from their personal charms. Properlj fitted glasses positively Impron the looks of those with defective eves. We put beauty In glasses as veil as behind them. DR. MARQUARDT , OPHTHALMOLOGIST , , NORFOLK - - NEBRASKA. Good lot ut Junction f 150.00 House and J acre , 8d St 875.00 House and large barn 4000.00 House , barn , ) acre , 4th St. . . l.'iOO.OO House at Junction 700.00 Four room house and barn 450.00 Loans on Real Estate Low Rates. T. E. ODIOENE. PARISH GROCER. See the new daylight couches abso lutely the best made , most durable couches on sale in the town. Also made to your order on five days' notice , in any style , price or quality of coverings yon may desire. We entertain you with the slickest , smoothest , best finished , best made , most desirable stock of furniture in north Nebraska and at prices tha...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 4 April 1902

If THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , APRIL 4 , 10D2. 3)U. N. , T. .HOAGIjAND , Ostcopnthlc Physician , IMM | both nrtita nml ciironlo , t rental without u o of itrn r knlfo. IMumo No. V M , Olllcn nt roalilnnco , m North lOtli Bttont , Norfolk Nobraaltn jj j , OOLK , DKNTI8T. OOlcn o nr OltltMi' * Nntlo l Uitulc. Hoaliljmoi one block nortli nf UoiiRreiinlloiml ctiuroy. , Norfolk , Nobroflka MARY S111CLLKY Fnslilonnblo DroBHnmltor. Up ttnlr * In Cotton MnoV , ovnr Iliiin ) ' * ttort > Klrtl-olnn work K nrnnloo\l , Norfolk , Nebraska , SAD1I5JHA11T M1LLI3U , I Ostoopatlilc Physician. lloomi | JowolryIIouia ] , Nitrfol * gKSSIONS & BELL , Undorlakorm'iuul KinbalinorA , Boiiloni Hlk , , Norfolk ATO. Norfolk , Npbroflki 1 For i'lomlmig ' , Steam FiiliDg , romps , Tank * Wind Mills Am ) nil work In Dili Una call on STITT & WHITE. Hhtlifnotlon Flrrt door West of Ali iqikQ'ji BJOM ) Plwi > . I.onvo onlan nt Tolopliono II 831. T * 1 ree. \ : You cannot drive purchasers to any particu...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 11 April 1902

K WEEKLY NEWS-JOUKNAL NORFOLK , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , APRIL 11 , 1002 , .Representative Business Men Form National League. STANLEY ELECTED PRESIDENT. -Senate Will Be Asked to Ratify Treaties Providing for Reciprocal Relations With Foreign Countries. Organization Is Non-Partisan , Chicago , April 11. Representatives -of CO lending manufacturing and other 'industrial establishments of the Unit ed States met hero yesterday and or ganized the National Hsclproclty league. W. E. Stanley , governor of Kansas , was elected president. The object of the organization , which Is non-partisan , is to wage a campaign of education concerning the "urgent need of reciprocal trade relations with foreign nations. " In a word , these manufacturers say they are manufact uring in excess of the consumption of the homo market. They want the United States government to establish trade relations with other countries that will throw open the markets of Jf- the world for the disposal of their .goods. The United ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 11 April 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , APRIL 11 , 1902 , l The Norfolk flcuus W. N. aUBB. IHibllBhor , " " "ilAI IT , KoUblltluMl , IM7 , KT IT day xop Sunday. Hj carrlnr i * > r " , ft cw U. Hr mall per yrnr , l ,00 , WKICKI.Y , . The Jownial , > M.al > llfh * l IM7 Kwry Friday. Hi mall r jar , $1.M > , Hetocwl at th PmtoaiM fit Norfolk , Neb. , a mutt-or , * TtMioiiMit Kdltorlnl Dimnttnmnt , No. 2J ttotinw * OWc and Job Hcwmm. No. K2. Republican State Convention. The ropuhllcatii of Uin ulalo of Nohrntkn ate liorahr culled to tiieqt In riiiireiitlon , at the Jkndltorinm , in the olty r > f Mncolu , onnil. . BMday , June 18 , 1WC , at Zii'cliirk In thn nflor- m > n , for the pun > ' " o' ' l > lnrlii In nonilnntloii andldntM for Urn folkmiufl oilier" , to Im toti'd Jor | Ilio next pmiaralleo Ion , to hold in the Utflof Nnhra ka , NoTombor 4 , ll > 0 ! , vln One ov nur , ono llnutnnnnt Ko ni"r. ono fpcro- vary of ulivtr , OIIB nudltor of iinhllo nrronnlx , one trnanu...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 11 April 1902

8 . ' .ft ' THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , APRIL 11 , WOIT .Shows Democrats to Be as Seri ously Divided as Republicans. tJEBATE OPENS IN THE HOUSE. -Payne Measure Providing for Twenty Per Cent Reduction Still Seems to Command Sufficient Strength to In * | oure Its Passage. ! Washington , April 9. The first day of the debate on the Cuban reciprocity bill , which opened In the house yes terday , was disappointing from a spec tacular standpoint. There were no sensational clashes after the debate was actually begun nnd none of the bitterness which was expected to crop out on the floor came to the surface. w The vote on the motion to go Into commltteo of the whole to consider the bill , however , developed the lines of cleavage and showed that the Demo crats are quite as much divided on the question as Is the majority. In the division , which is regarded as prac tically a test vote on the bill , 114 Re publicans and 03 Democrats voted for the motion and 41 Democrats and 39 Republicans again...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 11 April 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , APRIL 11,1U)2. ! ) * . President Roosevelt Reviews 1 Great Military Parade. TENDERED FORMAL RECEPTION. One of the Day' * Features la Presents .tlon of Sword by Nation's Chief Executive to Major Mlcalt Jenklni , a Rough Rider. Charleston , 8. C. , April 10. Greeted and honored by manifestations of re * upect and esteem of enthusiastic thou- Bands , 1'rosldent Roosevelt was tlio Cticst of tliu South Carolina IntcrHtnto nil West Indian exposition ycRterduy. The wonthor WUH Ideal. The ovenla of Iho dny began with a Brand proeoB- lon through the streets of ChailcBton and afterwards there wcro speeches in the- auditorium , the presentation of a sword by thu president to Major Mlrnh Jenkins , a luncheon at the Wo man's building and InHpcctton of the grounds and buildings. Thu enthusi asm of the pee | > Iu was unbounded and there was standing room only on the fddmvalkH and porches and doorways and wldo piazzas of the IIOUNOB alone the line of march. The parade...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 11 April 1902

THU NORFOLK NRWS : FRIDAY , ATRTL 11,1002. Passes Bill to Keep Chinese Labor Out of the Country. .RE-ENACTS THE EXISTING LAWS. Measure as Amended Excludes Also Descendants of Mixed Races Ap plies to Insular Possessions Other Amendments Adopted. Washington , April 8. The house yesterday passed the Chinese exclu sion bill , after Incorporating In It sev eral amendments which Increased the drastic character of the measure. The principal ono not only excludes Chinese by birth and descent , but all Chinese of mixed blood. The chef | struggle was over an amendment to prohibit the employment of Chlueso sailors on American ships. An amendment covering this proposition was at first ruled out on a point of order , but subsequently was modified to evade the ruling and was adoptpd 100 to 74. As passed the bill prac tically re-enacts all the existing ex clusion laws and incorporates with them the existing treaty regulations. It extends these exclusion laws to the Philippines and the other posses...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 11 April 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , APRIL 11,1902 , The J4otf oik fi * President Roosevelt ban gene into thti enemy's country , but it is probable tlmt Pitchfork Tilhnim mul liln bellig erent couBln nro not nt homo to bo in * nultod by the honors bestowed upon him by their ooiiRtituoutH. The Mnniln Amorlcnn denies emphat ically that the Auiorlcixu lady school t oohora nnd other Amorlonn glrln who Imvo gene to tlmt nrohipolngo nro sub 1 jected to nny greater danger thnu they are iu the iutorlor of Now York or Ohio , Indinnn or Illinois. Senator Alien emphatically denies tlmt ho wont to Ixmlsvillo to Rlmro in the proposed amalgamation of reform par- tics which , standing flrin nnd high on I ! ( ho rocks of demo-populism , ho scornfully - fully characterizes ixs n "mooting of po litical traitors nnd renegades. " J. P. A. Black of llloomington is n recent nsplrant for the republican gu- boruatorinl nomination , bin oandidaoy having boon announced in n late issue of the liloomlngtou Advocate , w...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 11 April 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , APRIL 11 , 1002 , HUNDRED MILE COAST. Thr Oroj-u Itnltirnx In Pern DlMln- KiilMhed Iturlf In Many Warn. Lord Krnest Hamilton describes his experience of a thrilling but perilous pastime , the descent In a small hand car of a wonderful mountain railway in Peru. "As a matter of fact , " he writes , re ferring to the title of the article , "It Is 100 ; but , for the sake of a title , the ex tra six may go 100 are enough at any rate for purposes of Illustration. These hundred odd miles are to be found on the Fcrro-Cnrrll Central of Peru , com monly called the Oroya railway , and they arc to be found nowhere else. "This Oroya railway Is a very won derful line indeed. It not only climbs higher than any other railway In the .world . , but also distinguished Itself in n variety of other ways Incidentally referred to hereafter. But the accom plishment with which I am chlelly con cerned is this that It provides the only road in the world which a man on wheels can t...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 11 April 1902

THE ! TOttPOI.K NEWS : FKTD'AT. APIflT n. Teachers Finish Their Associ ation Work. ENROLLMENT OK NEARLY 500. Wllllnm Hawley Smith Lectures' "Literature In the Public Schools. " Resolutions Adopted nnd Report of Treasurer Received. Dnllyt The Hlxtoentli nniiunl mooting of the North Nobnwkii Teaolion nHfloolntion nnd probably the most miooonitful in point of intoront and i\tondoncn ( in the nsHOoltitlon'fl history , olwod font nlnht with the loctnro ot Wlllinin Hnwloy Shith nuil the tcnchorn have boon louv- iuK for thulr respective IIOIIIOH today , very well ButiHllud with tholr week's visit hi Norfolk. There \vnn an enroll- uiont of180 , JIOO of whom wore from out of the county. The cloning gonornl session wnfl hold yesterday nfternoon in the Audltorlnm when A. V. Toed of Nowonntlo Hpoko of ' Discipline , its price nnd its ruwnrd , " milking n oed Argument for tlilH ossou- tinl part of school work. 15. H. MoMil- Inn of Kinorson discussed the imhj&pt introduced. Suporintondout . I...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 11 April 1902

j THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , APRIL 11 , 1002. 9 SATURDAY SIFTINGS. Misi Ella Mullou went to Oumlm today - day , W. A. Johns was up from Stouten yesterday. Mrs. Delia Parkinson was in the city yesterday from Madison , S. O. Campbell was u city visitor yes terday from the county scat. Mrs. A. POhilds of Carroll , visited with Norfolk filends this week. The West Side Whist club mot last evening with Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Rain- bolt. bolt.Tho The friends of Frank Lonscr gave him an onjoyublo surprise Tlmrtday evening. Miss Anna Stettin loft yesterday for Milwaukee , Wisconsin , to spend the summer. Mrs. Juanotte Kerr and Miss Knthn- riuo Kerr wore in from Pierce yesterday , doing some trading. , TohnCouwny ! | and Ohas. A. Nippol of Niobrara were in the city yesterday on real estate business. J. N. Bundick , manager of the sugar factory , returned last evening from a business trip to Oinaha. Mrs. Foyorherm and Miss Edith Feyer- hoim were visitors in the metropolis ycbterday from Stauton. ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 11 April 1902

it" 10 THIS NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY.APRIL 11 , 1902 , WEDNESDAY WRINKLES * O. Nolsoii wnH up from Sohuylor yes terday. M. S , Jolitwon'M down from llattlo Crook yesterday , Judge Boyd of Nollgh wan olty flutter yesterday. 15. FltKfllmmon- i\ city visitor yesterday from LliulBiiy. John Howies wan In ( ho Sugar City from Randolph ever night. Sheriff , T. .T. OloinontH won oyor from BltuHson yesterday on olllclitl bnoiuoiw , Misa Dorthy MIIBOII , of Tokamalu i3 visiting with Mr. nud Mro. Pouchor. Mrs , .1. V. Ponohor returned lost night from n visit to her parontn ixt Uornian. Mrs. 0. ,1. South of Bntto , ) loyd comity , was ix vlHltor In Norfdlk yontor ilny. ilny.Fred Fred Kimi has hiwl n now awning placed over the front oiitrnuou of hln moat mnrkot. There WIXH n dnnco nt Plorctt last uight nud it was attended by a unmbbr of young people from Norfolk. Air. nud Mrs. E. K. AdnuiH loft yes terday noon for OhlonKO to attend the wedding of Mm. Adums1 brother , H. W. Hull. Hull.MtsH MtsH Aunn...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 11 April 1902

THE NOltl'OLK NEWS : FRIDAY , APRIL 11 , 1902 II WANTED ! Everybody thut has boon fitted - ted at by alleged Opticians , Oo- nllstH , etc. , to COOIQ to ino and have their eyes coi rectt'd. Poor eight is oio thitiKi bndv oyca nro another. Farpinhtod pooplu often fieo better than persons with normal eyes , but with , their keenness of vision they also Imvo porlodioal sick head aches , indigestion , nervousness , and many ether ill . Como to ino and I will uinko an exami nation and tell yon your exact condition , DR. MARQUARDT , OPHTHALMOLOGIST , NORFOLK NEBRASKA. Good lot at Junction $ 150.00 House and } aero , 8d St 875.00 Hqnso and large barn1000.00 House , barn , ) acre , 4th St. . . 1300.00 House utiJunction. , . 700.00 Four room house and barn150.00 Loans on Real .Estate Low Rates. T. E. ODIORNE. PARISH FINE EARLY OHIO SEED POTATOES. PARISH See the new rugs and art squares , tiie new patterns and special prices on fine carpets just received at JOHN SON'S FURNITURE STORE. Grand o...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 11 April 1902

12 THE NORFOLK NEWS ; FRIDAY. APRIL 11 , ; fl02. ' Don't let nnothcr season | MS without planting JVICK'BJBEEDS. Tllc htglicM , quality rccth * nt ilic moil rc.vton- able prices ! yick'n Sccth nrc the most , proritablcjjcciu ejlieji > est productive ' * Farmor.'s8 HandbouK A liook i > wr progrtmlro furrier ihmiM li r . Tli lit work of It * kliul n < r | iul > ll lii l on ( Irnln , < Jr i Clnvrr , Koriiun niiil Holl-ltrnnvalliiB IMnntu , niul Itont Crop * . H IrlU nil nlHiul tlm ciilluiK nml mm of crnpf , | itTmrnllon | of Ilio neil , ffrllHrom , m < ritjrlliK tat futiRin dlMMM , liim.1 * , rto. 'Jli fhrmcr'n rrlUlilo rtfcrtnie l > olc. * i " 1'rlrc B5 otfl.t Imt We will Mini It for 1 0 old. If you mention Dili | < nptr , ud wo will li Mild wild Jl ropy of VioU'i \ Gnrclnicntl Floral Guicla I'llll of Informntlnit niut il lc on pluntlng , ftiul ilNctlptloni ot lln IMVU YiKflnliU will Flnwrr Kce < l , Hull * , 1'InnU , Itwiivi ami Rlmil * , unit Hnmll I'rult ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 18 April 1902

THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS-JOURNAL. NORFOLK , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , APRIL 18 , 1002. * . n * s * * 10 Cushman Declares Arbitrary Power is Vested in Speaker. INDIVIDUAL RIGHTS MENACED. Supporters of Cuban Reciprocity Measure Will Press for a Vote Today - day Democrats Take a Stand on the Pending Bill. Washington , April 18. General < lc- Imte on the Cuban reciprocity bill closes today at 3 o'clock and It Is the Intention of the house leaders , If pos sible , to force a final vote on the pas sage of the bill before adjournment tonight. The Democrats are badly epllt on the bill. The opponents of the bill occupied most of the time of the debate yesterday , the feature being n vigorous speech by Cushman ( Hep. , Wash. ) against the measure. Gush- man arraigned the'committee on rules and the house leaders In a breezy and at times a sensational fashion. A portion tion of his criticism was In a semi- humorous vein , but some of It was decidedly caustic. * "I make the statement on this floor n...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 18 April 1902

1 THE NOKFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , AV1UL 18 , 1902 , 3 l\'l \ The rioitf o k ISlcuis W. N. UtJSK , Publisher. 1,18S7 , , day txcept Snuilny , Hy carrier per 3 Bantu , Ily mull per yenr , ffl.OO. WKKKI.Y NICWH-JOUUNAI , , Tb Nawi.Mlnblltliea , 1881. The Journal , ttlnbllilieil 1H77 i Kmr FrliUy , By mnll per yerirf 1.30. Ratcrad ni tlio Poitofflco nt Norfolk , Nab , , n * cotulc.an | m ltpr , T lphonei K < lltotlnl IlpimrtmMit , No , 22 | Ba&inM OMlc Ulitl Job Rooml. No , 512 , Republican .Stnto Convention. \ Tim repijt > llc ui ot tlib itnie of Nobrrtkltn Are liemhjr o ll d to tneoi In contention } M tbn Auditorium , ili Ilia elty'oi Lincoln , on Wed' Bandar , Juna IK , 1902 , at 2 o'clock In the utter- noon , for tba tmrtxna of iilnchu In nomination candidate * for ilia following olllcni , to bn tolotl lor M tlia next aonornl float Ion , to bald In tbo * ( l of Nobrnikn. NoTombor I , Ilin2 , tit ! Una coTAruor , ono llemnunnt Kirainor. oun locro * tary of Htnto , onenudllor of...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 18 April 1902

THE NOKFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , APRIL 18 , UXMJ. iChargcs of Alleged Barbarities Will Be Investigated. SMITH MAYBE COURT-MART5ALED .American General Accused of Issuing Orders to Kill and Burn to Waller Will Be Punished If Found Guilty. "Water Cure" Cases. Washington , April 1C. Secretary Hoot has cabled General Chaftco ai Manila to Investlgato ho newspaper reports of the Waller trial and If they are correct to court-martial General Smith. Also If the facts are estab lished as testified to before the sen ate Philippine committee to court-mar tial the officers who administered the "water euro" to the presldcnto of Igbaras. These officers are Major Glenn , Lieutenant Conger and Assist- and Surgeon Lyon. Secretary Root , In his lettov of In structions to General Chaffcc , says : "Press dispatches state that upon the trial of Major Waller of the ma- \ * jt > ' * H HIUOADIER GENERAL JACOI1 II. SMITH. Tine corps testimony was given by Waller , corroborated by other wit nesses , that General...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 18 April 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , APRIL 18,1902. 'Senate ' Rejects Rigid Chinese Exclusion Bill , -MEASURE REVERTS TO HOUSE. Senators Send to the Lower Body a Dill Much Less Drastic Existing Laws Extended and Insular Posses sions Included In Application. Washington. April 17. The drastic Chlmme exclusion bill , originally framed by the HOimtorB and represent- atlvcn fro * the Pacific coaBt , mot do- lent In the sonuti' yesterday , and In Its place was HUbBtltutcd a measure offered by IMatt ( Conn. ) , extending the provlnloiiB of the present exchwlon law and also applying that exclusion to all Innular torrltory of the United States. The vote by which the Bulwtl- tutc took the place of the original bill was , yeas 48 , nays 33. Once the mib- vtltutlon had boon made all senators Joined In HB mipport with the Blnglo 4 xcoptlun of Hour , the substitute be- Jnc paused 70 to 1. The friends of thu Hubutltute uhowcd their strength throughout the voting on nmendmentB that preceded final notion , a...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 18 April 1902

T1JK NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , AVRIL 18,1002. fi Adoption of British Budget Re garded as Certain. i SUMMARY OF PEACE PROPOSALS. iBoers Accept British Lord Commis sioner , With a Burgher Executive. ' England's Reserves Veto Right No War Tax Shall Be Levied on Boers. London , April 15. Not for many ycnrs 1ms Great Britain's fiscal pro- , Km in been awaited with such Interest as that which attached to this year's announcement and there Is no doubt that all the proposals contained In the budget given out yesterday by Sir Michael Hicks-Beach , the chancellor of the exchequer , will bo adopted. It Is equally certain , however , that none of the proposals will meet with the unanimous approval of either side of the house. Moro Important , perhaps , than the curious forms of the new taxation Is the statement , made by the chancellor of the exchequer , that the government had acceded to the Boer demand concerning the restocking ing of farms. The Associated Press learned upon excellent authority...

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