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THE DALLES, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 22, 1896
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FIRST STEP TAKEN
In a Commercial War
MINING MACHINERY IS SEIZED
BOW THE LAWS WERE VIOLATED
Kngllsh Officers Leave Georgetown for
, , the Uroan Station American Flag;
.Distasteful to British Gui
Nsw York, Jan. 21. A dispatch to
the Herald from Caracas, Venezuela,
The cabinet ia now discussing a case
which has attracted ranch attention
here. It involved the introduction of
manufactures from England into the re
public, and is the first step, perhaps, in
practical application of the suggestion
that commercial warfare . be waged
against England and all European
George Turnbull, of 'Boston, who
claims part ownership of the great iron
mines in the Imataca mountains, not far
from the Orinoco, and within the terri
tory contested by England, started from
Great Britain with mining machinery
and material which were consigned to a
firm in Cludad, Bolivar.
In the coarse of his voyage he stopped
at Barbadoes, where he disembarked
with his material. There he chartered a
vessel and had a manifest approved, his
destination, being La Guayra. When
Mr. TnrnbuU arrived at La Guayra the
collector of customs eaid that all was
light and he diepatched a deputy to. see
that the English material was properly
re-embarked . foAthe mines, Mr. Turn
bull taking a tag oom" Bolivar. There,
when he offered to pay the duty on the
machinery he was told he had violated
the law in not going to the point origin
ally appearing in the manifest. He was
farther informed that his act was re
garded as an invasion of Venezuela terri
tory, and that it was probable that his
machinery would be confiscated.
The mines near Imataca are in the
territory covered by the Manoa grant,
owned by an American syndicate and in
cluding nearly 15,000,000 acres. The
grant was made by President Crespo for
. the purposes of developing the country
now claimed by England.
The prize offered by the Fregonero in
its fight for a commercial boycott against
Europe has been awarded to one who
makes a proposal that a standing notice
shall appear in the press generally, tell
ing citizens of Venezuela who purchase
British products that they thereby in
crease British power.
IN BRITISH GUIANA.
English Officials Lists Georgetown for
the Uruan Station.
New Yobk, Jan. 21. Advices to the
World from Georgetown, British Guiana,
under date of January 6, says :
Colonel Mclnals, chief of the cocatabr
alary corps in this colony, accompanied
by Lieutenant Godfrey Fawcett, an
East Indian sapper, visiting British
Guiana on department duty. Mr. Mich
ael McTurk, magistrate, and several
constables, proceeded from Georgetown
to the Uruan station on January 4, on
what is said to be a visit'of inspection.
A large number of additional men of
the constabulary have been drafted.
A report baa reached here of an ep
isode of interest in connection with the
visit of the acting governor to Bartica.
The streets of the town were gaily deco
- rated with bunting, foilage and flowers,
' for several days preceding the arrival of
the official visitor. Conspicuous among
the decorations were ' many American
, flags. . A few hoars before the governor
reached the city Michael McTurk and
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
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Captain Baker, inspector of prisons, ar
rived at Bartica. Some few minutes
later not a eingle American flag was
visible in the streets. The sudden disap
pearance of the stars and stripes caused
comment and it was finally explained
that the American flags had been re
moved out of deference to the request of
Willing to so Half Way.
Ottawa, Jan. 21. Mr. McMillan on
Wednesday will move that whereas the
United States government offers to admit
free of duty plows, harrows and certain
other agricultural implements from any
country, which admits free of doty like
articles imported from the United States
it will' be greatly in the interest of both
the Canadian agriculturalist and Cana
dian manufacturers that Canada should
accept that offer by admitting those ar
ticles into Canada free of duty, and at
the same time so relieving the Canadian
manufacturers of the taxation on the raw
material as. to enable them to take ad
vantage of the markets of the United
Held as Hostages.
London, Jan. 21. A dispatch from
Coomassie, ; says King Prempeh of
Ashantee, the queen mother, the two
envoys recently in England, and several
chiefs, have started under escort for
Cape Coast Castile, where they will be
prisoners pending the settlement of the
indemnity to be paid Great Britain by
Ashantee. ' '. .
" Yokohama, Jan. 21. Viscoant'Muira,
formerly Japanese minister to Corea,
and others charged with complicity in
the Corea coup d'etat, and murderer of
the queen, has been acquitted.
Homestead - Kill Considered
Committee on Fabllo Lands.
Washington, Jan'. 21. The ' house
committee on public lands has received
rom Secretary Smith, a strong adverse
feport against the free . homestead bill.
The bills absolves all persons completing
a five years residence on lands, taken
and occupied under the homestead laws
from making further payments to secure
their title other than the fees - incident
to the filling and obtaining proof. The
measure is a sweeping one and the land
officials estimate its passage would in
volve at least $30,000,000 cost to the gov
ernment and $18,000,000 to Oklahoma
alone, this being the amount paid the
Indians for the relinquishment of their
: Work for the Judiciary Committee.
. Washington, Jan. 21. The house
committee on judiciary today took steps
to investigate, the action of Controller
Bowler, in withholding the sugar-bounty
appropriation. : A substitute for Boat
ner's resolution, drawn by Mr. Bay, was
adopted. . It is more comprehensive
than the original . and avoids special
reference to Bowler.
Allison Succeeds Himself.
Des Moines, la., Jan. 51. The legis
lature proceeded today to elect a United
States senator. The vote in the senate
stood : Allison, 42 ; Babb, 6. House
Allison, 73; Babb, 19: Stuart, 1.
' A January thaw is always more pro
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If some of this capital could be used in
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