THE LATEST. HOME AND FOREIGN.
United Press Association—By Electric Telegraph—Copyright. Received Juno 22, 8 24 a.m. A Correction, L.>nd June 21 The Barofcse disputed territory should be 750,000 square miles. The Cause of tha Submarine A.B Disaster. Captain Bicod, Admiral Fishar's expert; adviser, deposed before an inquiry thafc he found a riveb out of the forward petrol tank of the Submarine A.B, causinsr<H leak of a ton of water in about ten ininute3. It ia possible the crew were imprisoned an hour and forty minutes before tHe fatal explosion, though probably they were unconscious 20 minutes after the boat dived. Launch of a New Steamship. The Northern Steamship Company's Apannui has been launched on the Clyde. A Turbine-Driven Battleship. The new Dreadnought battleship, designed by Loe at Por fsm.mth, will be driven by turbines, with 20 knot3 speed. Trouble in Buda Pesth. Buda Pesth, June 21 As a protest against the Perjervarfc regime the Pesth municipality have resolved to withold taxe3 from the Government and not to furnish recruits. Other towns and countries are taking the aame course. More Armenian Atrocities. Constantinople, June 21 The Georgian clergy at Tiflis are suffeiing more indignities than under Moslem rule. Baku is half emptied owing to feara of a fresh masaaaro. Bands of Tartars at Erivan, with the connivance of the police and military, are visiting Armenian Tillages, and murdering right and left.
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THE LATEST. HOME AND FOREIGN., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6602, 22 June 1905
THE LATEST. HOME AND FOREIGN. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6602, 22 June 1905
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