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HOME AND FOREIGN

United Press Association—Per Electric Telegraph—Copyright

Received June 8, 9.30 a.m.

Leicester Export Trade

London, Jnne.7 Sir J. Rolleston, M.P. for Leicester, in a letter to the "Times" states that New Zealand's preference has revived Leicester's hold on the export trade in boots and shoes.

Deßeer's Co. to Pay Income Tax.

The Court of Appeal"has upheld thß decision of Mr Justice Phillimore in the King's Bench Division, that Deßeer's Consolidated Mines Coy. is liable to assessment under the Income Tax of the United Kingdom which involves payment on £1,557,000 for the years 190L-02.

Salvation Army Emigration Bureau.

The Salvation Army has organised aa Emigration Bureau whioh facilitates the emigration of enterprising young farmers to the Colonies.

Charge of Harbouring a Spy.

Staff-Conductor King has been acquitted at Singapore on a charge of harbouring a spy.

New Coaling Station for Germany.

The "St Lucia Voice " declares that the Hamburg-Amerioan Steamship has a controlling interest in a coaling station which a Danish-Asiatic Company is establishing at St. Thomas. Germany thus obtains a long-coveted foothold iatfche West Indies.

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HOME AND FOREIGN, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6590, 8 June 1905

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HOME AND FOREIGN Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6590, 8 June 1905

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