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1903 and lieutenant-governor
* In Niger, since 13 October 1946 an overseas territory of France ( part of French West Africa, see Senegal ) under a lieutenant-governor, on 19 December 1958 granted autonomy as Republic of Niger, there was a single High commissioner 25 August 1958 – 10 November 1960: Jean Colombani ( b. 1903 ), i. e. still several months after the formal 3 August 1960 independence whilst there was no President
After the lieutenant-governor appointed him the 16th Premier in June 1903 and McBride announced that his government was a Conservative Party administration and would contest the upcoming election along party lines.

1903 and British
In 1903, the British sportswriter Henry Chadwick published an article speculating that baseball derived from a British game called rounders, which Chadwick had played as a boy in England.
Four years later, in 1903, the British and Irish team returned to South Africa.
The report of the British Consul Roger Casement led to the arrest and punishment of white officials who had been responsible for cold-blooded killings during a rubber-collecting expedition in 1903, including one Belgian national for causing the shooting of at least 122 Congolese natives.
* Daniel Alexander Williamson ( 1823 – 1903 ), British artist
Several British films made in the first half of 1903 extended the chase method of film construction.
* 1903 – Orde Charles Wingate, British Major-General, prominent Zionist, eccentric ( d. 1944 )
* 1994 – Jane Arbor, British writer ( b. 1903 )
The Sokoto Caliphate lasted until 1903 when the British conquered northern Nigeria.
* 1903 – Robin Milford, British composer ( d. 1959 )
In all, he brought about more than 50 treaties, including the settlement of the Samoan dispute, as a result of which the United States secured Tutuila, with a harbor in the Pacific ; a definitive Alaskan boundary treaty in 1903 ; the negotiation of reciprocity treaties with Argentina, France, Germany, Cuba, and the British West Indies ; the negotiation of new treaties with Spain ; and the negotiation of a treaty with Denmark for the cession of the Danish West India Islands.
No reliable German design was available by 1903, so British Parsons turbines were purchased.
Leakey ) ( 7 August 1903 – 1 October 1972 ) was a British archaeologist and naturalist whose work was important in establishing human evolutionary development in Africa.
Driving on the left has been compulsory since the introduction of motorcars in Federated Malay States in 1903 during British colonial era.
* 1903 – Malcolm Muggeridge, British author and scholar ( d. 1990 )
* 1944 – Orde Charles Wingate, British Major-General, prominent Zionist, eccentric ( b. 1903 )
Another usage of the phrase was described by British philosopher G. E. Moore in his 1903 book Principia Ethica.
Another usage of the phrase was described and named by British philosopher G. E. Moore in his 1903 book Principia Ethica.
Swaziland today is foremost ruled by a monarch, although for all of its administrative history prior to British colonization in 1903, it might have more properly been called a diarchy.
Commencing on 17 August 1903, it was the first successful British railway-run bus service and was initially provided as a cheaper alternative to a proposed light railway.
Such systems were used for coastal defence of the British homeland and colonies from 1887 to 1903 and were purchased by, and under the control of, the Army as opposed to the Navy.
* March 11 – John Wyndham, British author ( b. 1903 )
** Cecil Frank Powell, British physicist, Nobel Prize laureate ( b. 1903 )
* November 15 – Mona Washbourne, British actress ( b. 1903 )
* October 1 – Louis Leakey, British paleontologist ( b. 1903 )

1903 and Burma
* B. g. readei described by Lydekker in 1903 from the hill forests of Upper Burma as ranging to Tenasserim ;
Frank Dow Merrill ( December 4, 1903 in New Hampshire – December 11, 1955 in Fernandina Beach, Florida ) is best remembered for his command of Merrill's Marauders, officially the 5307th Composite Unit ( provisional ), in the Burma Campaign of World War II.
From 1903 to 1912 the first battalion was stationed in Maymyo Burma as almost a ceremonial unit.
After the death of his parents Sarat Chandra left his college education midway and went to Burma in 1903.

1903 and Hugh
* November 25 – Hugh Harman, cartoon animator ( b. 1903
Hugh Harman ( August 31, 1903 – November 25, 1982 ) and Rudolf " Rudy " Ising ( August 7, 1903 – July 18, 1992 ) were an American animation team best known for founding the Warner Bros. and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer animation studios.
* Hugh Logan ( 1834 – 1903 ), American Civil War Medal of Honor recipient
* Albert Hugh Smith ( 1903 – 1967 ), English topographer and language scholar
* Hugh Molson, Baron Molson ( 1903 – 1991 ), Member of Parliament for Doncaster ( 1931 – 1935 ) and High Peak ( 1939 – 1961 ), Parliamentary Secretary to the Ministry of Transport and Civil Aviation ( 1953 – 1957 ), Minister of Works ( 1957 – 1959 )
Hugh Borton ( May 14, 1903 – August 6, 1995 ) was an American historian who specialized in the history of Japan, later serving as president of Haverford College.
The agency was founded largely through the efforts of Hugh Hammond Bennett, a soil conservation pioneer who had worked for the Department of Agriculture from 1903 to 1952.
Brown made his electoral debut in the provincial campaign of 1903, narrowly losing to Conservative Hugh Armstrong in Portage La Prairie.
Born in Bournemouth, Dorset on 24 September 1903, Derek was the third of five sons, one of his younger brothers was Hugh Seagrim GC, giving these two brothers the distinction of being the only siblings to receive the Victoria Cross and George Cross.
Hugh Kilpatrick " Hughie " Gallacher ( 2 February 1903 – 11 June 1957 ) was a Scottish football player in the 1920s and 1930s.
His only son, Major Hugh Barrow Rowlands, Suffolk Regiment and King's African Rifles, died of wounds in Somaliland in 1903.
Hugh Stowell Scott ( 1862 or 1863-November 19, 1903 ) was an English novelist ( under the pseudonym of Henry Seton Merriman ).
Hugh Edwards ( 1903 – 1986 ) was an influential American curator of photography.
) Benson and Arthur ( A. C .) Benson, Robert Hugh Benson wrote many ghost stories, collected in The Light Invisible ( 1903 ) and The Mirror of Shallott ( 1907 ).
* Hugh Gavin ( of Essendon ) is named as winner in 1903, which is impossible as he played in Western Australia that year, not Victoria.
: Hugh Fraser, 1st Baron Fraser of Allander ( 15 January 1903 – 6 November 1966 ) was the grandson of Hugh Fraser I, and the father of Sir Hugh Fraser, 2nd Baronet.
* Hugh Fraser, 1st Baron Fraser of Allander ( 1903 – 1966 )

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