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Unit9d Pross Association— By fCleotfio Telegraph.—Copyright Keceived May 6, 8.25 a.m. An Active Volcano. Rome, May 4 Mount Stromboli is m violent eruption, Failure of a German Mission. Bekdin, May 4. A sensation has been caused m Berlin over the article m the " Tagliche Eundsohau," based on information received from Adisabeba, that the German Mission to Abyssina is an absolute failure. Robbery Under Arms. , New York, May .4 Five burglars blow up a bank at Gilbert-^ ville, New York, and stole .£I2OO, and then" escaped on horseback, keeping their pursuers at bay with revolvers. Banquet to Lord Selborne, Capetown, May 4 The Boer leaders are co-operating with the Pretoria citizens to give a banquet to Lord Selborne, the new High Commissioner of South Africa. A Political Ruse. London, May 4 The " Daily Graphic" states that General Botha's manifesto on the Transvaal Constitution was manufactured for exportation, and would never have been issue d unless Botha had been aware of the exiafci ence of a party m Britain ready to utilise the alleged grievances as an excuse for attacking the Government. [ Jewel Robbery. Received May 5, 8.45 a.m. London, May 4 Lord Chesterfield's case of jewels was stolen from a cab m Grosvenor Square. The Morrocan Dispute. Morocco resists M. Taillapdier's proposal for a highway from Tangier to Fez. Herr Tattenbaoh has started for Fez.

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THE LATEST. HOME AND FOREIGN, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6562, 5 May 1905

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