july 1 defined in 1911 yearjuly 1 - July 1;
july 1 - German Govt. announces despatch of gunboat to Agadir to protect German interests in S. Morocco. - British cruiser "New Zealand" launched on Clyde. - David Davies, "Dartmoor Shepherd," released from prison by order of Home Secretary (see Jan. 6), re-committed at Shrewsbury Assizes for house-breaking. - Gordon-Bennett cup for speed in aviation won back for America by Mr. C. T. Weyman. - Compulsory service for military and naval forces inaugurated in Australia. - U. S. Consulate-general at Bogota, Colombia, permanently closed. - U. S. Interstate Commerce Commission orders investigation of express companies. - Earthquake shocks in central California felt as far north as Redding and south to Los Angeles.
july 1 defined in 1912 yearjuly 1 - July 1;
july 1 - Pres. Taft names William Marshall Bullitt, of Louisville, to be U.S. Solicitor-General as successor to F. W. Lehmann, resigned June 26. - Resolution passed in both branches of U.S. Congress extending appropriations of last fiscal year through July. - Miss Harriet Quimby, American aviator, and her pilot, killed at Dorchester Bay, U.S.A. - Hibernians attack Protestant Sunday school excursion party near Maghera, Ireland. - Ude district of Belgian Congo opened to freedom of trade. - Cyclone sweeps over Western Canada, destroying Regina and causing great loss of life. - French Chamber ratify the treaty establishing protectorate over Morocco by 460 votes to 79. - Sir Francis Champneys elected President of Royal Society of Medicine, London. - Taylor Art Sale begins at Christie's, London. - Death of Dr. Milovanovich, Servian Premier, at Belgrade, aged 50. - Serious outbreak of foot and mouth disease stops showing of cattle, sheep and pigs in Royal Show at Doncaster. - Command performance at Palace Music Hall, London, attended by King George and Queen Mary.
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