Manawatu Times, Volume XXVII, Issue 7880, 1 October 1904, Page 2
In the Queensland Assembly a resolution was carried emphatically protesting against the introduction of Chinese labour into the Transvaal till a referendum of the whites is ta.ken. The hull of the wrecked steamer Australia haß been sold for £290 and the cargo aboard for £50.
The Anglican Church Assembly in Australia negatived a motion protesting against the opening of. the public library and art gallery on Sundays. Bulgers have met at Brandfort to promote a Boer national congress to discuss their grievances.
The English Missionary Society, as a matter of principle, refused the Chinese indemnity for the murder of two missionaries, and Britain has handed the amount, 17,000 dollars, to the Yale University for its mission to, Qhangsha Other English societies, have, alsoi handed their indemnities to the Yale University. Several valuable oil paintings of the Czar in the Russian section of the St. Louis Exhibition have been mutilated '