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THE LATEST. HOME AND FOREIGN

United Press Association—By Eloctrio Telegra-pli - Hn t) yright.

Received June 23, 8.17 a.m. A Mystery of the Sea. London, June 22 "Wreckage h-is beon sighted in the Atlantic, appa.ror.tly belonging to the missing Hamburg American imor Casfil'fi. The wrack is attributed to an explosion. The cessol carried a crow of 27. Fatal Railway Accident. NbwYobk, June 22 Tlir Chicftgo-Ncw Y.>ri< express, wnile trav^llirtif i\t. a spend of 70 miles an hour, struck «n opmi switch at Mentor and was derailed. Vi peop'o «ere killwd, >n\ 20 injured. The wcecknga caught ii-e, but the passengers were fx'.ricated.

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THE LATEST. HOME AND FOREIGN, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6603, 23 June 1905

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