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United Press Association—By Kleotrio Telegraph—Copyright Received May 3, 10.3 a.m. Australian Trade in the Pacific. Sydney, May 3 Information is to hand that the German Government have decided to revise the regulations restricting trnde and imposing taxes against British vessels trading to the Marshall Islands. Adelaide's Bishop. Adelaide, May 3 The Eight Rev. R. J. Haroaer, Bishop of Adelaide, who has been appointed Bishop of Rochester, in taking farewell of the Synod, recommended them to seek his successor in Australia before going to England for a man. A Ship Leaking 1. The ship Henry Villard bound from New York to Honolulu put in here leaking badly. She encountered a violent gale on April 16th.

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AUSTRALIAN, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6560, 3 May 1905

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AUSTRALIAN Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6560, 3 May 1905

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