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THE LATEST. HOME AND FOREIGN

■J United Press Association — IW Klectric Telegraph—Copyright Received May 15, 9.1 a.m.

A Prehistoric Monster.

London, May 14 Mr Andrew Carnegie has presented the British Museum with a plaster cast of a Dinosaurian reptile 84 foet m length. This is the largest quadruped found m the Jurassic rocks &t Wyoming.

Honouring: Dogeer Bank Eisnermen.

King Edward has conferred the Albert Medal on live of the Dogger Bank fishermen.

Woman's Franchise.

In the House of Commons the Women's Enfranchisement Bill was " talked out."

Billiards,

Weiss receiving 4000, beat Dawson m a match of 18,000 up. Dawson scored 15,530.

A Sensational Case.

New York, May 14 Nan Patterson, the choruß girl who was charged with shooting " Caesar " Young, a wealthy New York profligate, m a hansom cab, has been discharged. She rereceived an ovation.

A Huge Canal.

St. Petersburg, May 14 A Riga and Kherson Company have undertaken the construction of the Black Sea-Baltio Canal. It will bo 800 miles long, 140 feet broad, and 31 feet deep, and will take five years to complete. The cost •will run into forty millions sterling. Received May 15, 8.47 a.m.

The Kaiser's Sentiments,

London, May 14 It is stated that the Kaiser m his speech at Strasburg siad: "My son Adalbert told me that the Russian officers bought all the champagne at Kiaovenge, Young soldiers must be exercised as much as possible; for thereby they are glad to rest instead of participating m enervating amusements." Received May 15, 8.54 a.m.

The Chicago Teamsters' Strike.

New York, May 14 President Roosevelt haß created a great impression on the strikers m Chicago by telling them that workers and corporations alike must obey the laws. The forces of the State and nation would aot if needed.

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THE LATEST. HOME AND FOREIGN, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6570, 15 May 1905

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THE LATEST. HOME AND FOREIGN Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6570, 15 May 1905

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