The Transvaal Constitution. DUTCH OPINION UNFAVOURABLE. United Prra= Association—T*y Floctrio T«.'lw;;rr»ivh —Copy right. Capetown, May 3. Gennral Hotha has circulated a Dutch resurco cf the Transvaal Constitution, and declares that universal dissatisfaction and indignation is felt at the deep distrust evinced of the Transvaal publia. The Boors complain particularly of the denial of a constitution to Orangia and tbe withholding of autonomy from the Traruvaftl, against the wish of vast majorities. He contends that the nominated quarter of legislature could always turn the soii'e m favour of the Govornraent by enabling disastrous proposals like the 30 million war contribution to be easily carried. Botha also states that the limitation of powers has inadb the legislature a debating society instead of a serious Parliament, and ho hope 3 the Constitution will bo speedily changed. The Transvaal's prosperity could only be assured by the British people ond Government placing a manly trust m the Transvaalers. Tribal Fighting m the Solomon?, Sydney, May 3 News from f oloraon Islands reports tribal fighting m the group, attended by cannibalism. A naval encounter occurred between the natives of Alia and the natives of the neighboring island of San ChristovaL The latter were victorious. When the steamer sailed from Alia the natives had despatched several war canoe 9 across the hundred miles of sea between the islands to attack the foe. Aliens' Restriction Bill -— ♦ United Press Association— Ry Rleotrio Telegraph London, May 3 The Aliens' Bill was read a second time without a division after Sir C. Dilke's amendment bud been defeated by 211 votes to 59. Sir C. Dilke's amendraenc declared that the evils of low-priced alien labour were best met by legislation preventing sweating. Mr Chamberlain supported the Bill as the first step towards the limitation of the system of unrestricted free imports. Trouble m Portuguese West Africa. * London, May 3 One hundred and twenty Porruguoae regulars at Angola, defeated the chief Saba with 3000 followers, killing many. The Teamsters' Strike. . New York, May 3 On the Mayor of Chicago undertaking to protect the non-Unionist ne«ro teamsters by enrolling 900 additional police, the employers consented not to arm their employees with rifles. Nevertheless, frequent collisions have occurred, 3000 strikernearly overpowering the. negroes. The police ultimately rescued them with great difficulty. Blood Turnins 1 to Water. Mrs Reyer de Moel, of Peabody Street, Beimore, praises Dr Morse's Indian- Root Pills. Her Recovery, after Doctors had Failed, was almost a Miracle. Mrs de Heel's letter i<? as follows :— "For some years I have suffered with bad health, and during the past 12 months my strength seemed to forsake me altogether. 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In the course of three weeVs I found a wonderful improvement m tny health. I seemed to gain strength daily. The pimples had disappeared, and as I gained strength the dizziness which I used to expetience entirely left me. To-day I feel a new woman, and am enjoying the best of health. I still take your pills on alternate days, and recommend them to everyone. The neighbours can all testify to my condition three months ago, and are surprised at the wonderfal curative properties cf Dr Morse's Indian Root Pills. You aro at liberty to use this letter m any way you may decide, so that those who tire suffering as f did may take heart and know that your PHI 3 will do them good.--Kate deMoel." 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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6561, 4 May 1905
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