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Received May 3, 8.34 a.m. Grounding of a Destroyer, London, May 2 Dnring torpedo manoeuvres at Kerehaven the destroyer Syren grounded on a reef. Her back was broken. The crew are safe. Earthquake in Wales, Severe earthquake shocks have occurred at Llangollen. The river suddenly overflowed and threatened several homesteads. The Macedonian Trouble. Advices from Vienna state that Count Golucb.owsky has informed Signor Tittoni of Austria's readiness to agree to Lord -Lansdowne's proposals for the international control of the finances of Macedonia. Scandinavian Politics. Stockholm, May 2 The Norwegian Committee of Ways and Means have recommended raising a loan of over two millions. Swedish politicians have declared it is practically a civil war fund. The Royal Tour. Berlin, May 2 While the Germanlpress is trying to minimise the significance of King Edward's and President Loubet's cordial meetings, the King's reception of M. Dolcassc is the subject of special comment. ; The Cretan Trouble, ; Athens, May 2 Cretan authorities decline to remove tho Greek flag. The Simplon Tunnel, Home, May 2 Two engineers died in the fcimplon tunnel through the Alps, owing to the high temperature acting on a weak heart.
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THE LATEST. HOME AND FOREIGN, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6560, 3 May 1905
THE LATEST. HOME AND FOREIGN Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6560, 3 May 1905
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