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Received May 13, 10.29 a.m
General Booth on Hew Zealand.
Sydney, May 13 General Booth had n rough passage from Auckland, but stood it well. He rests at Manly till to-nighb, when a public reception will be held in the Town Hall. Speaking of New Zealand, he said he was agreeably surprised at the devotion and loyalty of the Salvation Army officers in connection with work among the people. Goneral Booth said : " Appreciation of and interest in my work were remarkable. People dealt with m 9 in an affectionate manner, and encouraged me not because I was doing good work, but because I believe they could see my heart was in it."
Another case of plague has occurred at Lismore.
Preference to Unionists.
Mr Eeid, speaking at Grafton, and referring to preference to Unionists, objected to the Courts being used to treat one section of the community with horrid injustice. The great need of Australia was a show for everyone, Australia, was not on for a socialistic catastrophe.
Butter Grading 1.
A witness before the Butter Commission Baid that in daclaring his opposition to the Government system of grading, he was voicing the opinion of 75 per cent of the dairy farmers.
An Epidemic Subsiding.
Brisbane, May 13 The dengue fever epidemic is dying out in Brisbane city.
A Suspected Murderer,
Melbourne, May 13. fTA man suspected of being the Tatura murderer has been arrested at Scarsdale. In this case the murdered man's body was horribly mutilated and disfigured.
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AUSTRALIAN, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6569, 13 May 1905
AUSTRALIAN Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6569, 13 May 1905
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