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Eeceived June 14, 8.30 a.m.
Sensational Railway Speeds
New York, June 13 The New York-Chicago express covered 912 miles in. I7hrs 37mins, including stops (over 51 miles per hour). 'Che highest speed was 3 miles in 2miu (about 84$ miles per hour.)
A Mont Blanc Tunaol Proposed
Paris, June 13 The Minister of Works proposes a tunnel through Mont Blauo to provide direct consection between Swiss and Italian railways, to counter-balance the Simplon tunnel competition.
Unconstitutional Methods in Hungary.
Btjda. Pesth, June 13 Baron Fejevary's appointment as Premier ef Hungary is interpreted to mean that the Emperor Joseph proposes to govern without a Parliamentary majority. Norway's example has made a deep impression in Hungary.
Submarine " A.8." Raised.
London, June 13
The submarine A,B. has been raised.
Machinations of the Harvester Trust,
Mr B. E. Wise, Attorney-General for N.S.W., in a letter to the " Times " directs the attention of professors of Political Economy to the evidence submitted to the Australian Tariff Commission respecting the unfair efforts of the International Harvester Trust to crush Australian makers of harvesters.
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THE LATEST. HOME AND FOREIGN, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6595, 14 June 1905
THE LATEST. HOME AND FOREIGN Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6595, 14 June 1905
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