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United Press Association—By Eleotrio Telegraph—Copyright The Newfoundland Tribunal. Paris, May 15 The Newfoundland arbitration tribunal meets at Paris in June. The claims include six hundred sailors' loss of wages, anl owners deprived of their establishments on the French shore, an aggregate of twenty million francs. An International Peace Society The National Interests and International Conciliation Society has been formed at Paris. Scientists, writers, artists, politicians, and lawyers ol all countvios of Europe and America are eligible for membership, The objects are to promote the internal prosperity of all nation*, and international amity. The presidents are Berfcnelot, Bonrgeois, land EtourneDes for Prance,' Lord Marlborough for Britain, and Mr Andrew Carnegie for the United States. Assassination by Labour Union. Londdn, May 15. " The Times " reports that Charles Casey, business agent for oae of the Unions involved ia the Chicago strike wrote confessing that a strike breaker was boaten to death, the assault being by orders of the Union. The assailants received fifteen dollars for the assault. Arrest of Alleged Murderer. Melbourne, May 15. The Police Superintendent wires that Edwards, the man wanted for tho Tatura murder, has bet>n arrested and identified beyond doubt. Labour Majority in Queensland Assembly, Brisbane, May 15 The bye-election at Mitchell resulted in the return of Payne, labour candidate. This has given the Labour Party an absolute majority of two in the Assembly.

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CABLE NEWS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6571, 16 May 1905

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CABLE NEWS Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6571, 16 May 1905

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