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The Czar's Sham Reforms.

Disruption in Poland. German Press Comments. United Press Association—By Rleotrie Telegraph—Copyright. Received June 22, 8.46 a.m St. Petersburg!, June 21 The Czar's allusion to elected representatives and a desire they should help iv the task, is omitted from the official report. The Zemstvos refuse to accept the censor, and restore to its true line the version of the Czar's speech, interpreted to mean that with or without the aid of a sham representation assembly, the aristocracy will be maintained at all cost. Trepoff declares the police have authority, and must rely on the representation assembly for support. Policemen are murdered daily in Poland and the western region, and the authorities retaliate by hauging men not guilty of capital crime. Berlin, June 21 [German newspapers declare the Czar's promises are illusory.

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The Czar's Sham Reforms., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6602, 22 June 1905

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The Czar's Sham Reforms. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6602, 22 June 1905

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