march 2



march 2 defined in 1911 year

march 2 - March 2;
march 2 - Second reading of Parliament Bill passes British House of Commons by majority of 125. - British Depart mental Committee on Accidents in Factories and Work shops issue report. - Conference at Leeds draws up agreement as to working hours for provincial and Irish printing trade. - Lord Denman appointed Governor General of Australian Commonwealth. - Gainsborough's "Portrait of the Linleys" and Titian's "Man in a Red Cap" sold in London for £40,000 and £30,000 respectively. - Henry S. Boutell (b. 1856) of Illinois appointed minister to Portugal as successor of Henry T. Gage, resigned.

march 2 defined in 1912 year

march 2 - March 2;
march 2 - Pres. Taft warns Americans in Mexico to observe neutrality laws; the American ambassador there advises Americans to leave danger zones. - All indictments against officers of United Shoe Machinery Company - except that charging monopoly by leasing patented machinery - dismissed in U.S. District Court in Boston (see Sept. 19, 1911). - M. Venezelos, Greek Premier, begins a political tour through Greece. - Death of Edward Blake, Canadian states man, at Toronto, aged 79. - Dollfus picture sale begins in Paris. - Mrs. Pankhurst sentenced in London to two months' imprisonment for window smashing. - Peking placed under martial law. - The "four nations" banks (England, France, Germany and the U. S.) agree, with the approval of Russia and Japan, to make a loan to China. - Scotland beats Wales in Association football at Edinburgh by 1 goal to 0.

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