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|THE LIQUOR TRAFFIC IN CANADA. A PRIVY COUNCIL APPEAL. LONDON, Nov. 23. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Monday 25 November 1901 page Article||2014-11-27 00:43||- ' CANADA.
The Judicial Committee of tho Privy
Council has docided that the proi merni legis
latttie of Manitoba is entitled to ranko en-
trttfhc The committeo allowed the appeal of
the Attorney -General oí the proyince, but no
costs ty ero aivarded
AVith tbo exception of Quebec, yvhich is strongly
anti prohibition, n poll taken m 1808 ohoyved Bmall
majorities in all tbo ptoy mees in favour of j tobibi
tion Tbo voto in Quebec yi ns so strong ngaiiist pro
lubitiou that ni the total voto it sty opt a« ay Hie
smidl roaionhes obtained in tho othet piovmoes
lho chiof interest in tho appen I lies in the nucstion
how f ir it affects tbo poyyois of the provmcm.1 Legis-
latures of Canada It ma) thus throw somo light
on tho powers of tho State Legislatures of Australia
The Judicial Committee of the Privy
Council has decided that the provincial legis-
lature of Manitoba is entitled to make en-
traffic. The committee allowed the appeal of
the Attorney-General of the province, but no
costs were awarded.
With the exception of Quebec, which is strongly
anti-prohibition, a poll taken in 1898 showed small
majorities in all the provinces in favour of prohibi-
tion. The vote in Quebec was so strong against pro-
hibition that in the total vote it swept away the
small majorities obtained in the other provinces.
The chief interest in the appeal lies in the question
how far it affects the powers of the provincial Legis-
latures of Canada. It may thus throw some light
on the powers of the State Legislatures of Australia.
|A. C. MACLAREN Striking Personality Leader of Young Cricketers (Article), The Newcastle Sun (NSW : 1918 - 1954), Monday 27 November 1922 page Article||2014-11-27 00:38||A. G. MACLAREN
M.C.C. team of cricketers is that of Aj
C. MacLaren, the captain. MacLaren, j
who will be 51 years of age on Decem
ber 1, is not coptain of this touring
yeare hence. .
by his performances on tho Sydney
Cricket Ground on Friday and Satur
day — 54 and 26 not out.
|A. C. MACLAREN
M.C.C. team of cricketers is that of A.
C. MacLaren, the captain. MacLaren,
who will be 51 years of age on Decem-
ber 1, is not captain of this touring
by his performances on the Sydney
Cricket Ground on Friday and Satur-
day—54 and 26 not out.
|SENSATION AT BOTANY. ATTEMPTED HIGHWAY ROBBERY. TWO MEN BAILED UP. A NUMBER OF SHOTS EXCHANGED. THE ASSAILANT ESCAPES. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Saturday 23 November 1901 page Article||2014-11-25 02:13||After transacting tho I usinoss, tho} loft tho Bunk of
Australasia vv ith bctw con £300 mid £ 100 in their
possession, and thon proceeded in nu elecluo tram to
tho railway station, vvhoro tho} caught tho tram for
Botan} Tho journo} toBi} streot was rando with-
out incident, but while crossing n vacant piecoof
ground at tho retir of tho AV iter AVoiks Hotol thoy
wera bailed up by nu aimed masked man who
demanded tho money they had in their possession
Tho locality v.hero tho attempt was mndo isrhickl}
populated, with houses situated ou oithci sido of tho
road, hut nt tho (uno of tho attempt thoio was no
ouo m tho v leimt}, this being accounted for b} tho
fact that it was the dinner hour Iho facts con
ucctcd with the case are m man} respects similar
to thoso of tho Granville affau, which occurred
a fow weeks ago, aud tho pohco arestronglv of tho
opinion that tho two attempts weio earned out by
tho samo person lutins case, as m tho Granvillo
affair, tho robber vv as not successful m his object
owing to tho plucky conduct of tho firm s emploiera
who refused to give up the bug containing tho mono}
when demanded, and tho robber inauo his escapo
through a hail of bullets
|After transacting the business, they left the Bank of
Australasia with between £300 and £400 in their
possession, and then proceeded in an electric tram to
the railway station, where they caught the tram for
Botany. The journey to Bay-street was made with-
out incident, but while crossing a vacant piece of
ground at the rear of the Water Works Hotel they
were bailed up by an armed masked man, who
demanded the money they had in their possession.
The locality where the attempt was made is thickly
populated, with houses situated on either side of the
road, but at the time of the attempt there was no
one in the vicinity, this being accounted for by the
fact that it was the dinner hour. The facts con-
nected with the case are in many respects similar
to those of the Granville affair, which occurred
a few weeks ago, and the police are strongly of the
opinion that the two attempts were carried out by
the same person. In this case, as in the Granville
affair, the robber was not successful in his object
owing to the plucky conduct of the firm's employees,
who refused to give up the bag containing the money
when demanded, and the robber made his escape
through a hail of bullets.
|THE BOTANY SENSATION. THE HORSE FOUND. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Monday 25 November 1901 page Article||2014-11-25 01:55||THE BOTANY -SENSATION.
A largo boil) of phuii-elothcs polies and detectives
anve been scorning the siihuibs in senieh ol tho man
»ho bailed up two of Mcs=rs Enoch Injlor and
Co 's eraploj ces at Botany on Trida), but up to tho
picscnt tho man has eluded ca])tuie Tho police,
howcvci, havo discoveicd several clues which, it is
thought, will lead to tho captuio^of tho assailant
|THE BOTANY SENSATION.
A large body of plain-clothes police and detectives
have been scorning the suburbs in search of the man
who bailed up two of Messrs. Enoch Taylor and
Co.'s employees at Botany on Friday, but up to the
present the man has eluded capture. The police,
however, have discovered several clues which, it is
thought, will lead to the capture of the assailant.
|AUSTRALASIAN OFFICERS. LONDON, Nov. 23. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Monday 25 November 1901 page Article||2014-11-23 02:22||Lieutenant F. Cox (of lho Neyy South Wales
Mounted Infantry), Licutonant G. Mooro (of
the Alolorian Mounted Infantry), Lieutenant
G. B. Banks, and Lieutenant M. II. Jones (of
tho (ith NowZeuland'MountcdInfantry) aro
convuloscont and have rosuined duty.
|Lieutenant F. Cox (of the New South Wales
Mounted Infantry), Lieutenant G. Moore (of
the Victorian Mounted Infantry), Lieutenant
G. B. Banks, and Lieutenant M. H. Jones (of
the 6th New Zealand Mounted Infantry) are
convalescent and have resumed duty.
|CAPTURES OF BOERS. LONDON, Nov. 22. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Monday 25 November 1901 page Article||2014-11-23 02:20||In tho fights at Caledon Rix si, tho J'ongola
Bubb, \ ilhersdoip, and Piet Retief, 12 Boers
w ero captured
I [Hie Caledon River is in the cast of tho Orango
Rtv or Colon) and Villiorsdorn is m the north on the
Vaal Pongola BUBII and Piet Rotief aio tu tho
oxtremo south-cast of the Transvaal ]
. LONDON, Nov. 22.
|In the fights at Caledon River, the Pongola
Bush, Villiersdorp, and Piet Retief, 32 Boers
[The Caledon River is in the east of the Orange
River Colony, and Villiersdorp is in the north on the
Vaal. Pongola Bush and Piet Retief are in the
extreme south-east of the Transvaal.]
LONDON, Nov. 22.
|BOER TREACHERY. LONDON, Nov. 22. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Monday 25 November 1901 page Article||2014-11-23 02:17||Boers at Leouwkop. Two oE tho Boers, after
surrendering, severely yvounded tyvo of the
British. They yvere handed to the Provost
|Boers at Leouwkop. Two of the Boers, after
surrendering, severely wounded two of the
British. They were handed to the Provost
|SOUTH AUSTRALIA. THE ENGLISH MAILS. ADELAIDE, Sunday. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Monday 25 November 1901 page Article||2014-11-23 02:16||IhcRMS Australia arrived this uftcinooii Hie
mails for tho eastern Stales vv ere despatched by
special tram this evening
On Satin day morning Messrs Gcoige Wills and
Co cleared the first sailing xv oolslnp this seuson for
London direct It xv_s tho Myilleholme, which ctu
ned in addition to other eatgoes 3)12 hales ot wool
|The R.M.S. Australia arrived this afternoon. The
mails for the eastern States were despatched by
special train this evening.
On Saturday morning Messrs. George Wills and
Co. cleared the first sailing woolship this season for
London direct. It was the Myrtleholme, which car-
ried in addition to other cargoes 3512 bales of wool.
|THE VICTORIAN SOLDIERS. CHRISTMAS PRESENTS AND SOCIAL REUNION. MELBOURNE, Sunday. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Monday 25 November 1901 page Article||2014-11-23 02:13||I The steamer Aberdeen, winch sails on tuesday for
South Alrica, yy ill toko a load of p lekuges fonvarded
to members of tho Arictonau contingents as Christ-
mas presents fiom ldalnes and fneilds
About 80 members of the Pirst A'lctorian Con-
tingent, yvhich piocoedcd to South Africa m Novem-
ber, 18uil, held a soci ii lcunion on Saturda} instit in
cclebiiitiuu of the anniy crail) oE the event Ca]ituin
Pendlebui), semor ofheer of the contingent, now in
A'lctoiin, piejideel, and tho guests included Colonel
Hoad, A A G , and Colonel Tom Pnco
|The steamer Aberdeen, which sails on Tuesday for
South Africa, will take a load of packages forwarded
to members of the Victorian contingents as Christ-
mas presents from relatives and friends.
About 80 members of the First Victorian Con-
tingent, which proceeded to South Africa in Novem-
ber, 1899, held a social reunion on Saturday night in
celebration of the anniversary of the event. Captain
Pendlebury, senior officer of the contingent, now in
Victoria, presided, and the guests included Colonel
Hoad, A.A.G., and Colonel Tom Price.
|CONSPIRACY AT JOHANNESBURG. LONDON, Nov. 22. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Monday 25 November 1901 page Article||2014-11-23 02:09||hare been mude,
Owing (o the simultaneous arrest of the 20
leaders tho conspiracy yvas nipped in the
J-ONDON, Nor. 22.
|have been made.
Owing to the simultaneous arrest of the 20
leaders the conspiracy was nipped in the
LONDON, Nov. 22.
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