the Central Aberdeen by-election, caused by the death of the Coalition Unionist candidate, mnounced this afternoon, was as follows: Major Mi M, Wood (Lib.) 4,959 Mr. L. F. Davidson (C.U.) 4,764 Mr. J. F. Duncan (Lab.)/.. 3,462 Liberal Majority over Coalition 186 The result of th
RETURN OF KIAO-CHAU TO CHINA PROHISED. Paris, Wednesday- Baron Makino, one of Japan’s principal delegates to the Peace Conference, has made the following s-tatment a representative of the “Matin the subject of Kiao-chau It has been sfaned that Japan intends to keep Kiao-chau. Th
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AUSTRIA’S DIFFICULTY WITH NEW SMALL STATES. Copenhagen, April 26 (rec. today).—A Vienna telegram of today s date says : “The German-Austrian Government, having been unable so far to conclude any agreement for the sharing of the Austro-Hungarian and Austrian State Debt the variou
SEAPLANE TO GO UP 15,000 FEET. New York, Tuesday(rec. to-day).— Professor Todd, of Amherst Observatory, and two naval officers have sailed for Monte Video for the purpose of photographing the eclipse of the sun May 29, from seaplane at altitude of from 10,000 to 15,000 feet. The
FRENCH MAYOR'S SUICIDE IN PRISON. Paris, Wednesday.—M. Finout, who was Mayor of Longuyon during the German occupation, charged with correspondence with the enemy, hanyed himself in prison.— Central News.
Salonica, May (rec. to-day).— Two more ha.ads of Bulgarian comitadjis ccmmanded wallknown leaders and armed with Bulgarian army rifles, are reported be active in the Strumnitza district. —Reuter. British bluejacket, a French soldier, and five Russians were burnt alive » unout an
Sir,—Would it not bo advisable to place a very strict short-time limit upon the duration of these proceedings? Without such a safeguard it is easy to foresee a splendid exhibition of Teutonic genids in the direction intrigue, procrastination, applications for adjournment on the