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THE LATEST. HOME AND FOREIGN

ROME AM> &'OBKh;n

United Preps .Association - By Kleotric Telegraph —Copyright

Received June 26, 5.28 a.m. The Tibstan Question. Tokio, June 25 Advices from Pekin sfcato thnt Britain and China hn.ro fettled the Tibetan question. The indemnity ia to be only 450,000 dollars. Received June 2G, 8 40 a.m German Naval Power. Berlin, June 25 The Kaiser has decided to maintain permanent cru;ser squadrons m the Pacific and Indian Oceans and intends to build 10,003 ton instead of 13,000 ton battleships. The Parisian Bomb Outraere. „ Paris, June 25 A man named Causanel has been arrested here on a charge cf receiving bombs from Spain m connection with the late attempt to asaassinate King Alphonso. A Successful Airship. Count Zeppelin's airship, costing £57,000 driven by an SO horse power motor, orossed Lake Constance. It was steered I easily. The Frisco Mail, i New York, June 25 The Ventura's mail *"as two days late. The Frisco-American Postal Department of the railways by a groat effort made up time and caught the steamer Etrurit, which was only detained an hour.

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THE LATEST. HOME AND FOREIGN, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6605, 26 June 1905

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