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THE LATEST.

HOHE AND FOUNIUN

United Press Association—By KleatriG Telegraph.—Copyright

Received May 23, 8.34 a.m.

Wireless Telegraphy.

Madrid, May 22 _ Spain has appointed a committee to conaider the establishment oE wireless telegraphy with her Moroccan possessions.

The Macedonian Trouble.

Constantinople May 22 A Turkish detachment encountered a Greek-Macedonian band of rebels at Langdina. Eleven of the latter and fifty of the Turks were'killed.

A Threatened Rupture of Relations.

Roumania insists on reparation being made for the imprisonment of two school inspectors at Janina. Unless this is granted, she threatens to break relations with Turkey.

A Pastime Abandoned.

London, May 22 The Hurlingham Gun Club has abandoned pigeon shooting.

Turbines for Battleships,,

It is reported at the Clyds yards that turbine machinery will be used in future in battleships.

Empire D^y.

There were many references .made to Empire Day and the national responsibility in the churches yesterday.

Honouring the Fallen.

The Prince of Wales will unveil a memorial to the colonial troops who fell in the Boor war, in St. Paul'B Cathedral on Wednesday.

Socialists in South America.

Buenos Ayres, May 22 Socialists unfurled the red flag during the workmen's demonstration at Buenoa Ayres, whereupon the police intervened. Two persons were killed and 4*o wounded.

A Diamond Robbery.

New York, May 22 Three diamonds worth .£IB,OOO have been stolen from Tiffany's jeweller's shop in New York.

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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6577, 23 May 1905

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THE LATEST. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6577, 23 May 1905

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