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THE LATEST. HOME AND FOREIGN

United -Frees AasociaHnn—By VOUnjtrlc Telegraph—Copyright

Eeceived June 13, 8.40 a.m,

In Morocco,

Mouocco, Jane 12 Kaid TJaisuli declares that he intends to remain master from Tangiers to Teduan, and fresh European pretensions must bo stopped. Paris, June 12 The "Echo do Paris" states that it is reported m Fez that Horr Tattonbach's attitude was most aggressive. When the Sultan expressed anxiety on account of Morocco's propinquity to Algeria, Uorr T.ittenbach remarked that Germany's frontier also marched with France's.

Lord Roberts on Rifle Clubs.

London, June 12 Lord Roberts, m a weighty letter to the press, emphasises the pressing necessity of universal training for the youth of the nation m shooting, and appeals to LordsLieutenants.Mayors, and local authorities to originate rifle clubs. He invites contributions to raise .£IOO,OOO to place the organisations on a permanent footing, and adds that, if the British soldiers m South Africa had been able to shoot better, the most unfortunate incidents would not have occurred.

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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6594, 13 June 1905

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