HOME AND FOREIGN
United Press Association—-Por Elec'ric Telegraph —Copyright. Received May 26, 8.25 a.m.
A Mission that Failed.
Vienna, May 25 Julius Andrassaion's mission to Vienna, undertaken m order to arrive at an understanding with the Emperor Francis Josef with reference to the Hungarian coaHtion programme, ha 3 ended m complete failure.
A Divorced Princess.
Berlin, May 25 Two French specialists have been appointed by both sides to report whether Princess Louise of Coburg is perfectly sound m mind.
The Teamsters' Strike.
(New York, May 25 Gatling fguns have been issued to the Chicago militia.
Trouble m Crete.
Athens, May 25 Armed Christians are plundering and assaulting the Mahommedans m the interior of Crete. The gendarmerie are unable to cope with the situation, and the Mahommedans hnve asked proteciion from the British detachments.
A New Steamship for N.Z.
London, May 25 The Union Company's steamer Arahura, has been lauched on the Clyde.
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HOME AND FOREIGN, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6580, 26 May 1905
HOME AND FOREIGN Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6580, 26 May 1905
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