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   Morning Oregonian (Newspaper) - January 23, 1885, Portland, Oregon                               f OVIJRUJNu UOUti pn Tofifir Tv I h idiiljj irtant Daj Coachea. rrant Nlcepen (I Tlio PORTLAND. OREGOlSV-FrtlDAY. JANUARY 23. FOUR-PAGE EDITION. "he Oresoli Central Bill Beady for i the President. SJENATE CHANGES CONCURRED IN. Portland Sor Dalles at 1 A. M. at Portland from. Danes at 5 p. jr. anii Burning TORTURES liave ray vhfo cured L'UTIUUaA RJSHBII ua w Blood Purifier., n- great Skin Cure, and Cu- IB eiqnUltfl Sale Buautlfter, .oxtornal- Feecsiffcat I have tried for.olnven Toll have tbe particulars iis Em to Too, and we aro so welt >f UK ecuQlry, It win btmettt you, aU who me tbem. H. WHITE. i 1 thereto uuauleto do .otherwise Sianas he ha' Test said he astonished to see that riant had keen made at Uw other onar' effsct th at tUe president, In ms acito n 11 this maiton wej vlolatlna: the law Nnthinn from (tablet TtaprSD v w cpmpelie 4 to the law, it e la w was clearly at d unquestionably against penn t- white settlers: to gp on these lands. Vest inevitable ttatthe lands wou d, to. Ume, be opened up to such settlers, bat that i Ume was not now. Hs expressed ahop j thak ocngress.would action on We matter, and avert bloodshed. The remaining rights rf tlib tadtas to the, lands ii, rmeetionlioSld bepU- ceased. j i i i Dawee said kve had no right to open np thasa lands for setlfemeit ThSTJnited States cool not trample on Ita own reatles. I Harrison suggested that the committee, on cJan affairs night at osce report unfavorably petition recently presented to the senaW, which prayed for the opening up of the Okfei- homa On tbe Question of adopttii "pdnajo1 called; for Blotchca, and re83Ui16 ever osed, and to the the skin, then1- uul scatr pare and white And i m California H. K. And ETaaclMojaii to tlons made at AsWand with Oregon stage HIT EXCEPT StTNDAra) Quit side Division. H- i Obwtptoc. Ccptqne Boiler Skater. SALltRFEUM. Etriemn (W about three roan, and Uul nroney It-cwred, wtttbut the 7JTICUKA RF. ME DIES, ASH LAMB, Asarvat ..130A.M. Asbtand ..4-15 A. H. H. Portland. ft 5 Train. ABOTVX ..MW P. HC. Lebanon 950P.K A. M. PorBaml lOaBilS ire Sleeping Car leaves Portland JCoo- tfajB. Becoming, loaves AaUaodXMt- tenaectlon wtt au in the Eat: Side Dlr. from at f n, Side DrHiion. POBTL AM> AND COB VATJ4J MaU Train, Z. ARRTCB. ..9KBA.M. Corvarm, 430P. A. M. PortUUXL J..330P. X Express Tzaln. U aUnt to 9nt-cUU8 doctor) U> core MCCW r tried the CUTICUKA after tutlhg tbree WM. UOKOOX. Mass. T Ptlce: ictrriOUKA 60c; SOAP ISIFBRTHIBENUIME A. M. PorUaWI .8JOA.K. lor lale and baggage cbeckaa at DOK- i Starlc and Second atneNh idpal points In California can onlf M cnecked at and Front Sta., Portlauid, OTf __ iot be reoecrea tor BhlpmeoE afteil art i either tntKasc or West side m, X.P. BOOBBS. ager. Q. F. CIST'S NiBvxIlHto BBAIX nteed Hysteria, 555 I'.ts, Narvoue JJenral rrona PrCBtration oauwdiby the tobacco, Wt___ tningof the BnaS resulting injf (ding to misery, decay and deatOi d Age, BorrannBis. LOM InToln I by over-axerUoji of boil BOR TE3 LABEL! te. With each, o acootnpamied laaer onr ,vrrittm jnarantw wil does not Ellg, BOBS FEET, NCE03ILIFB.051TW Can........ 75 50 25 25 1.00 25 50 Pipor.... Z5 y trill lip ralera. by lip ralera. by K OP UTS should jw> -feuet, cUon.and by tbe affllclM _1 nn.lnn TAJIOPt. .H aMbeooiia, rofUanu, Or. THIS GREAT STBENGTHBNlMfl REMEDY and NEBVE TONIC BROTHERS, ilch mighl( have the e3ect to prevent Uw con- fcict now threaten 3d. 'Maxey taidlhls was a good opportnn.ty fob toe government to! put Its seal of condeaiaatlofi cponhiwlesscBss.; The lands which formed the subject of -JJta debate had never been sorreyed, "sectlordzed" or subdlr ded. They were, there flora, m: no way oben for setUement iplnmli believed that most of the people who want into the Oklahoma country went there under the convlctijn that they had a legal right tndosq. h Maxey did riot see'how1 they oonld: entirtan such a convteton, shim they bail been noUfl 3d ty every practcable means that they bad no Plumb said much misnhdezatandhi? had beon created by a rumor that tbe United Sates Jndje in Kansas liact decided that these lao.de.wcrb pnbUo hmGB of the UnltedStatos. Thedecisioa ww not to that efflect, however. Plnmb'e on n- tan was1 thit tfce lands oohld be opened to settte- ment by oonnrew and the president, withooUhe consent of the'Indians. If prompt action were taken Plumb had no do ibt an enurely jnst aud peacefol solution of the difficulty could be gr- rtved at, with clue regard; to toe rights of the _n- Plnmb'sresolntlon.caDbig on.the president tor his vtows as to the present status ot trie Oklahoma lands was then agreed to. Vest then re-offered His resolution directing Uie secretary of the treasury to ascertain and report upon what terms the Creek and Semlnnle Indians would sirrenier all their remalniaf rLrht to the lands In question. He requested that the) reaolutlorj lie over till to-morrow, when Le wonld make it more comprehenslvo. The Desolntlbn laid over, accordingly. The senate then wen: Into executive session, with reference, It hi understood, to the Nicara- goan treaty. When the doors reopened the senate ad- journed. i Bonce. WAaHiNCTON, Jan. motion of Lin- tAm tlie senate amendments were concurredjln to the house bill authorizing the appointment! of a comrrlBsbnllo ranand mark boundary lines tetween a'ponlon of the Indian territory ahd Texas, _n connection with a similar commission, appointed by the state at Texas. Cobblpresented a conference report on frregon Central forteitnre bill; agreed to. Ih4 1: ouse recedes from its disagreement to ail th senate ameadmen a. i 1 .1 The bouse then iwenl Into committee of whole on the Indian appropriation blU. Ouicleon offered an amendment, providing thatany Inlian ccmmnttnE against the person cr property of another Indian, person, any 'of ths following mnn- BlabKhter, rape, assault with intent to arson, -burglary arid bo subject to the laws of the territory in which such crlms Is committed, and shall be tried therefor b tame courts and in the same manner, and (ball be subject to the same penalties as are other: persona charged with the commission of said crimes] and permitting Indians to prosecute In any any civil at law and equity; adoptee. Byan offered an amendment, authorizing tho president to'commence negotiations for '.he purpose qf opening th 3 Oklahoma lands to set- tlement, under the homestead law; adopted. The committee rose, the bill was passed, and Uie house adjourned. iCOJIUKlSSIOIIAL HOIKS. SO SHOW FOB THB PUBLIC HKALTH BILL. WASHINGTON, Jan. house committee on public health has decided that, by reason of the late stage of the session and the crowded Icon dl- Bon of the calendars, b will be imposa-ble to pass tlij eawion the bU to protect public beaHh, lecently prepared by delegates from various rtate boardi of health. The committee, how- ftver, basj decided to recommend an approprhv buDVif for the national board of health, and to be usec at the discretion or ihc president, hi ijprevenUng a spread of .should it aipoar In thlt country before the Icongrees assembles. Olf rSTEHKST TO OBEGON. i WASHINGTON. Jan. Oregon Denlral bill, the senate amendments to which were concurred Iq by the house to-day, is the first forfeiture bill that has passed bjtu houses of the'present congress. It Is substan- tially the same as the bill originally prepsired by ibeAstoria djiamber o' commerce, with Die ad- dition of the amendment offered In thd ho.iwi "iy George, tor (he purpose of protecting set- tlers. It forfeits all unearned lands bmwetn i'orent Grove and lAstoria. BUB-eojtMrrrBB APPOINTED. WASHind -rtfN, I Jan. 22. Representati fm Mutch ler, Barksdale and Lymau have been ap- pointed by the chairman of '.he on reform of the civil service, tp consider Representative Taylor's bill to prevadt discharge from the government employ :of Lny eoldler or sailor, or widow or dependent rela- tive of any soldier or sullor, without sufficient .cause. Th WOR TIOMXSTIC MATERIALS, j WAS 4Dfc Jan. senate commlttejo oil naval affairs has afrreed to recommend the passago 7f Milchell's t 111 requiilng exclusive tide of domestic material Ii Uie construction and pairs ot ill gflvernineLtvesselsandBteamljoihjre, and In the manufacture of ordnance, whetier 'yy con-ract or at gove mment works, BEQUEST DENIED. WASSINC-TON, Jan. secretary !0f war has refused I Uie request of Lieut. Fredeiidk Scbwa-ka to. be allowed to withdraw msreiig- nation, which has been accepted, to take eflect (he 31st. at; the expiration of the year's leave of absence granted him when he resigoed. IN SBCBKT SESSION. I Jan. senate remained :n secret session two liours tliis afternoon lis- cijisshig' the JSflcaraguan treaty. Senator pin Aniibel his speech, aud Edmunds oonsutueit rile ler of the seasiou. Both spoke in rivor of the treaty. OONFTHMATIOHS. i WASHINGTON, Jan. of (Boston, commissioner of labor. Ti W. Fenr, Modesto, Cai.; A. McDonell, BonJ- da, ud.; John Post, Boise City, Idahoi AOTB8. j rsSPECTOBS BOTLEBS.1 bill before congress providing for the repp.il section 4419 of the revised statutes, concernim: the use of steam registers and boilers. Tl e same question wan submitted to the board a! the but session, atd disapproved becaifse it w.j  crued to said Sarali Althea, and that she be enjoined from setting up rigut of do treriln tli e lots, title to which was la John B. Alley, and was conveyed to Sharon, and by bim to plaintiff. He further avers that defendant Sarah Althoa Hill, claimed lobe Uifr wife of Sharon, and in December last a decision was' made in Francisco declaring that she was the wife o! Sharon, and by reason of such decree she has an apparent right of lower. WASHINGTON NOTES. WASHINGTON, Jan Mary A. Mat- of Stanley Matthews, associate jui- tice of the supreme court of the United died this xnomlng. iFuneral services he held at the realdanae Saturday morning, and the remains will then be taken to. Glendale, Ohio, and mterMd In Spring (Jrove cemetery. CollecUons of revebue for six montlts of the-fiscal year wore less than lae same period last year. WEATHER IN ILL! Tha Boaajurial Contest Bt Eenaayl- all tho sets-Eailioad Sotej, YORK, Jan. air-General Mai's fiiiit literary venture, in the rfebriiarynnln >er of tlie Century, oil the buttle ;of Hhiloh, is (widely real and criiiched in eastern literary ami military cin-Ies. Ibc general drttt of rcwjpp )er review dlsparagef tlie author's' style The a -tide lacks unity and breadth of natrative, but )r bisliiy in- ti-rctitiirg and valuaMe, as a iiautstaking pre- senUiUon of fnr-ls, ana a correctjo i of errors and misapprehensions hithsrto prevalent re- garding tl e battle. Tbe: lie.-uld't Washington the article has oxcired'1 nuch atten- tion there, aud IB very well received His treat- ment of General Buoll In the uiuili, tbry to tlie friends of thit olllc-er. The point in tbe article which has iiimle the most impression upon military meu Is tlie eimihatuv manner In which he endorses tlie omciaf map of the field prepared by (ieueral Thoui ot the engineer corjiR. While this has alw.iye tteon accepted here as a correct map orponiikmsL it has been constantly disputed severiT-wno have as- siiined to write, with tlte sanction of Grant, among Item Badeau. lUrait'ii oomuients on the action of General Halleck ore stinging. THE RECENT tJKHUU WAYB. CHICAGO, Jan. The temperature within tlie city gradually became warmer 'during the evening, aud shortly before iaicui4tat the ther- mometer marked eight degrees above. Tue continued cold, however, has inflicted much hardship upon the poorer fluMew 'the city. The effects In the surrcundiug oour.try were even more marked. Specia s t9-night from points in Illinois, Iowa r.nd W frconsiin, speak of anmage to stock, which in toird sections was rmite serions. Fruit in many places' Is thought killed, one has suffered seve-e y. IHirough tlie I territory jiamud tlie wljier wlieaU owing to a heayj- coveimg of snon, is ous inslances'of oersonB badly frozen have been lieveloped Near Uecatur, Illinois; this morn- Mrs. Elizabeth S. Paton vs. C. P. Huitinirton, in regard to Central Pacific stock, came into court to-day, ard stited lhat they werei unable to affree upon a verdict. They were jdischargeJ Ironi further consideration ot the cases. HEIU 'H.V RATK TO SAN FKANCttSCO. YORK, Jan. Pennsylvania rail- road has secured the co-operation of, lines run- ning through to Sen Francisco, so that it tyis made tlie rate from York tc Ran Francisco f 3K, atrair. st the prev ons rate of ing, when tbe mercury was 21 degrees below, Win. Halldtt, one of asleighmg party, on bis way from a rura. baU froze to deaui. tur C1XJF9UIU. SOXB OF PROHISK9. SAN FRANCISCO, Jaa. Qortrnojr Stanford received an immense number ot telegrams yes- terday, from all narta of the country, congratu- lating him on his nomination to the United States senatorsh p. It ts stated this morning that the gifts which Governor Stanford has de- cided to make to the stale arei first, the memo- rial university at Alto, which has already been spoken of a public: museum on a large scale in this city; and ]thlrd, the founda- tion of an Institution similar to the great Cooper institute of New 1'ork. The carrying out of these plans will require the axpenditure of an .enormous sum money, and it is said that ar- rangements are nearly completed for placlLg the entire sum in the bands of trustees. THE TBANSCONTI> ENTAL ASSOCIATION ADJOITBNB. SAN FBANcraoo, Jtn. ijhe transcontinen- tal railway association had received, up to day, any definite! answer from General Manager Smith as to his acceptance of llie commissioner- ship. Should he decline, the executive commit- tee Is empowered to select a commissioner, pro- viding the person selected has not already been a candidate for the i-oaition. Adjourned sine die- i I THH 9AK FAKIXI OVJKRDJJE, Thestfamsr San Pablo, which ealled from here December It 'or Hong Kong, Is reported overdue at Vokobama. She haslnow been out tliirti -two days. The nraal passage from hare to lokobama. Is twenty days. Steamer "Willamette, Seattle; steam- AKIZOSA. i MEXICAN BANDITS CAPT0RED. YDMA, Jan. Troo M, Fourth feavalry. ar- rived here last nbzht, w th twelve Mexican ban- dits, prisoners. 1'our others were left deal on the field. Troop E li after the remaining ban- dits, anc expects to make them all prisoners to- day. lUeutenant Jenkins of the[ American troops was the only one who received any in- Jury. The dispatch coee not slate who these bandits were, bat It is supposed they are the Mexican soldiers who mutinied at Bnceneda, Mexico, on the 12th Ins., and who killed their I commanding officer. Lieutenant Jenkins returned to-day, bringing two more Mexican bandit prisonere, making i fourteen captured anl four kuled, It is believed rj that Lopez, leader ot the band, is among the' killed. The prisoners say they were compelled to kike the life of the commandant at Eloo, as he had defrauded out ot two years' pay. They refused to explain why tbey murdered the commandant's wife, give any Information about the remainder of the gang. CONFLICT OF AUTHORITY. SAN rBANCisco, Jan. Tucson, Arizona, special: Judge Fitzgerald, on proper application Uiis morning, ordered the sheriff to put Beiger, whVWas ejected from bis ranch on the Pat ago reservation by Indian Afent Wheel- er, in repossession of his premises. Sub-agent Hart and Lieutonuit Mason, hi i charge of t le troops on Berger'b ranch, treated tbe order with contempt The court (b Is afternoor issued an order to bring Hart ind Lieutenant Mason and his con rades before the court. A conflict is ejc- pected, us it is believed the soldiers wiU not sub- J i> liriuglhas been done yet A BBATZ BAXI) NEW YORK, Jan. gnn iiays: Bishop William Taylor's mteslbnary party.of Metlioil- ists, numbering more than fifty men, women and children, start to-day lor tuelr nVld of work In central Africa. The pa ty i i the -irgest band of mlsslorary workeirs1 tint has evn gone to Africa. It.enters with gieat clieetfulnesg and confidence upon a jonrnej tlia: tlie explor- ers could not nndertak swithoitaTvldsenseol its difficulties and perUa BR. NEWMAN BE8I3NS. YOBK, Jan. Madiaon avenue Congregalionalchorch held a lare taut to-night; Deacon Hanney was moderator. J. f. New- man sent tn bis reslgnatl in, and a the congregation froui all calms for salary from June 1, amounting to A vote of thanks was gh-en the A commit be was ap- pointed tq secure the services o r ant iher pastor. The meeting was h) musual har- mony aud good Reeling. HEAVY Sm-K COI.ORAEO CrrV. JanJ heav snowstorm is in progress. The wieather for o week past has been very severe on cattle and sheep. If the storm continues the loss of .ive lock will he very great of losses ar> constantly coming in. Speclaffl froDi GaiDesvl le and other northern Texas points kroliort heavy rains to-day. It is freezing to-night ana an dying rap- idly. LONDON WOOr, S UJB. Jan. (he wool sales to-day Wlil bales of Sydney and Port Phill j were sold. The market was steady. TO-DAY'9 WKATI1KE. WASHH.GTON, Jan. lacilio coast, parUy cloudy weatber and kioal rams. Cali- fornia, faj- weather. fOlSK. THB ILLIKOIS COKTX8T Jan. members of tbe general assembly milted in s gnlng a me- morial to-day to President Cleveland; asking the appomtment of Hon. William Springer as secre- tary ot the uterlor. The house wan in session to-day from 10 to with Speaker Cronkrite i presiding, but no Ins .ness was transacted. Strategical motions were made by both sides, lint no vote was secured on permanent officers. To-night the democrats held a cancm Speaker Cronkrite withdrew as candidate I or speaker, and Hon. E. M. Raima, of Lake, wko last night resigned the temporarV was unan- imously nominated as the democratic candidate for speaker. Jt is1 now thought by the democrats that the opposition In :he party to him will subside and Uuv. he -sill twelve the 77 votes necessary to elect DBsMoTNES, Iowa. Jiuf. 400 dele- gates, from nearly all parts of the state, met in j temperance conyentioi) to-day, to consider meas- I ores to sebure better enforcement ol the prohi- bitory law. Resolutions were patcnd denounc- ing saloons; calling onliome, nehool and church to unite againstjtbe common enemy calling lor educationj as to the pbydical and ii dustrial re- sults of Intemperance; declaring ttat poUtical parties which desire the support of the prohibi- tionists niust take no hncKwarl step calling on the next general assern jly to enac: necessary amendments; and on cougresaueu t) work for national prohibition. ELECTION1 jrrilOBJS TO BK INBIrTED.' CHICAGO, Jani J learned to-nlzht that the county special grand jury lias voted to Indict 1255 judges of the recent etectloi for pennlttrng carelessness and frauds, through which a 000 appropriation for additional police was made to appearicarried by a majority of 14000, when >iu reality ;the proposition was defeaUd by sev- eral hundred votes. The number of judges to be indicted include about thr-is-quarters of all County Clerk Hvan and Justices Scully and Kereten, who corap'i sed tl e canvass- ing hoard, are also to he indieteil. FAIUJBKS. j A PJiNN9VLV.UiIA BANK, JAMKSTOWN, iFa., Jan. Jtatnestown I savings hank closed its doors yesterday, and the i officers are making a thoroug i examination of the books of the concern, to ascertain the exact amount of the alleged defalcation, v hich it Is raid will exceed One of fhe oflicers has been jnysteriously missing Tor several days. A special from Jamestown, his tlie fol- lowing additional particulars oonomin" the hunk defalcation: J. HOBS Mart n, eta iler of the Jamestown savinirs hank, in whoir tire cont- munity had implicit con idonc; absconded Mon- day evening with ah1 uvailifale and departed' for parts OB Tuesday whei: theteUer'oiteued the lack ht found .ii destitute of cash and other avallu lie assela The stockholders and depoBitor? are responsible farmers in this: vidnity and the letOlug is in- tense. Tbe bank wUl go inx> the Hands of a' receiver to-morrow, and the 1 ahUitica will not! be known until after an examination, but it Isi believed they are TW assets amount to nothing but the fixtures an I f uruiture. THE OUVKB BBOS. i PHILLIPS PAliuilK. i Pnrspi'RO, Jan. a meetin? >f credit- ors of Oliver Bros. A PhlllipE Oliver i iBoberls wire Company to-day, the committee hi favor of accepting tbe propositions of the Onus, with some alight mod- ifications. X CK, WTTB RMBEZZIJKMEST. Br.iTr-s, la., Jan. Ex-county clerk, S. wns here to-day, chargel wit'i embezzling of the county's money during bis tern of office, BOHOOl BOOKS FOB IHE TBAH8. The state board o' edncatlo j, consisting Hon. 2. J'. Moody, governor, Hhn. B. P. E3r- iiart, secretary >t state, aiiil Hon.. E. B. McElroy, fiuperintendent ol public Instruction, hsive just -ssued in Ui'nilr.r form the canvass of the vote by couaty Euperiuteudents for text pooks to Ufiedlc tiiQ pu'ilic schools of this state for tbe term o'four beginning Octoborli 18H5, as provided fur by law. Tbe vote shows the lowing text bocks to have been adopted: OrthuKr: Pro Inile- Slit C'liiM'.s, and CoinpleU.-. rrulioijiifina itaiulbo :MXW Soule Sn-lnton's Hoilct WonUilanks. Won A lalvsLs-'SwinUm's Ni-wWofu Analysis. Itt-adlllg It HCrles. iliclu- dinjr tlu- Prtniary. Seco ui. Third, lluurch, Fiftii and tSiixIii Hea U-rs. i jl'eniiiiuittl Siieuccriau Syst ana Copy Jiooks, r and Slior-er Course. Seriex, Hslsl Inp of Xew Frlninn New Nnnnal HU-menlary, New Mental, New Nonnal Wri ten.]   8 UHOO.I.rt. I, 111 aworHlance with s ilwlivisiun station 7, of mi act o scho >1 cto.', panseu at the lee slaiivKsrssion ut 1882 (pajne 26, Amended School laws, 18X2.) the directors o< scnool distinct IXo. 1, MtiltnomaJi cmmty, of {Portland) have ilied in tlie oBice of sunenntendent of pub ic tleir selectinn or text books for the same period as forth tion In .tildes tb i same text books nuwi author zed by law and in ffi-ueral i se in the r ilbllc school? of this state, with the following adiitiolis, viz: For. Kramii ar schools: Spelling blanks; residing charts: Pranc'a IKdi- liouof Walter Smith; fisher's of AHtli- nietiu; Mrs. Kuox's JHingtiuge Lessons, paift 1: National Coniposltion Itookj B nwt'u stall-ruled. writlny lor practice. For I igh schools Ol- ney's Science of Arithmetic; Stceln's Zoology; Townsenrt's Analysis of Civil ew jbiuinea. A HIHT. In a speech at delord tins evening, lira ted that It was prob- al'li thete would lie an earSy miMiting of .parha- meLt, to discuss Egyptian affairs. EMiLAXD, A TAKITF IISCUSSION. I.DjiixN, Jan. Lowell, American nunls- ler, presided at n meeting the Society of Arts his ing. Mr, delivered a lec- ture on 'Labor and wagts In America." He likely to initiate tree nue, and that the government was more likely A A 1 A discniFSlon followed, ir, the course of which Lowell observed that hit pwltlon prevented him from expressing an oplnlo, on the subject, bS he would sa HENRY fTEOROK PROVOKES A BELFAST, Jan. Henry (ieorae lectured before tlie Belfast Land Hestoring Society to- night. At tlie conclnslon of the lecture a dis- turbance was created, and great disorder en- sued. A motion for a vote of thanks: to (ieorae was by the uproar. Hiairs tliroirti alwut, and the fas exUnguiahed. The hall WM fiually cleared 1 y police. ClRADi. DAOIiHTKR AKD WIPE. pElji.Evii.LK, Out., Jan. tran liarton, living at hme Lake, a chair, kiillne her The girl's mother ran to the nearest neighbor's mother died frdm exposure and eicittoLuent. AlSTBlLli. 1 MrRriF.HKH PKBTH, West Australia, Jan. man- aeeraiid accountant of a branch of ;the Unloa Bank of Austrajaat Roetarn, West Australia -were found mulrdered in the bank, liartiyj toniahawked. fThe assassins escaped. i HOLLaSD. TO DiCBKASE THE Nl'MBKR OP DKPDTIE3. THE HAGUK, Jan. J. Hcwmskeck, president ot thecouncaand minister of the in- terior, Is prejifrng arbUl to increase Hie nai- rtiMiiran. board of Wsing tospwanni Mrteam began Itoan- tbtodly ifter IBB trana- o tjenilne aqaiieiii, the board ittammi d a THB jtrar DisiamKis. YOBI, Jan. Joij In thewlt ol   

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