june 17 defined in 1911 yearjune 17 - June 17;
june 17 - Mr. R. D. Ashe, English Collector at Tinnevelly, India, murdered by a native, who then commits suicide. - Procession of 40,000 women suffragists from Thames Embankment to Albert Hall, London. - Internat. Women's Suffrage Congress closes at Stockholm. - London County and Westminster Bank, London, take over business of Birkbeck Bank. - Lord Curzon speaks at banquet of Empire Press Union, London. - Sir Wilfrid Laurier speaks at luncheon to Colonial Premiers at Constitutional Club, London. - Panama Canal bond issue in America ($50,000,000 at 3%) largely oversubscribed, at an average price of 102.21 (see May 16). - Detective William J. Burns and James Hasseck, of Los Angeles, indicted at Indianap olis on charge of kidnapping J. J. McNamara.
june 17 defined in 1912 yearjune 17 - June 17;
june 17 - Franchise and Registration Bill introduced into British House of Commons by Mr. J. A. Pease. - Mr. McKenna, British Home Secretary, announces that the Anarchist Malatesta will not be expelled after imprisonment. - Tang-Shao-yi, Chinese Premier, announces his intention to resign. - New Cretan Govt. formed. - Pres. Taft vetoes Army appropriation bill, passed by U.S. Congress. - American Beef Trust, National Packing Company, notifies U.S. Dept. of Justice that it will endeavour to dissolve by August 1 (see July 20). - Supreme Court of Canada declare Federal Parliament incompetent to pass a general marriage law for the Dominion, and decide that mixed marriages solemnised by a Protestant clergyman are valid. - French Aerial "Derby" won by French airman, Garros.
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