The Scandinavian Crisis.
The Storthina: Appeals to the People.
Swedish Press Comments.
United Press Association—By Electric Telegrapk—Copyright. London, June 8 The Storthing has issued a proclamation m which it appeals to the people to sopport the Government ia maintaining Norwegian independence. The Norwegian newspapers and people express unbounded nelight ut rogainiDg their freedom as a sovereign Stafe. ' The Storthing adopted the resolutions m eolemn silence. The Swedish Press, while denouncing the revolution, state that no Swedish party op politician can compel or persuade Norway to maintain a union which has become a burden. They demand the removal of all Norwegians from the diplomatic and consular services. g Received June 9, 9.5 a.m.
The Union Dissolved.
CHRrsTiANiA, June 8 The Norwegians m the diplomatic 6ervice have resigned. Herr Mioholseu, the Norwegian Premier, has explained to the Storthing that King Oscar's refusal to accept the minister's resignation, and his inability to establish an alternative Government, have rendered the Royal powers inoperative, and dissolved the Union.
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The Scandinavian Crisis., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6591, 9 June 1905
The Scandinavian Crisis. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6591, 9 June 1905
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