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CABLE NEWS

UnitoJ i'u;Do Association—Par Electric Telegraph—Ooy prigh t

Japanese Prince will Visit Sns.-land.

Brussels, June 26 Frinra Arisugswa. interviewed stated Hint ho wiv.-i cotuinij to "KugLind on behalf ot'tlit* Mikado to thank Britain. The Japf<rcst* fillies Imped the alliance would be renowe'l and strengthened and were glad to know the prosf.eot was good. Australia's Invitation to Miss Roosevelt. London, June 26 Hie " Daily News" rejoices at Australia's invitation to Me Taft and Mis 3 Alioa lloosevolt to visit the Commonwealth. E'ew Premier of Greece. j Athens, June 26 Itdlli succeed Delyauuis as Premier of G i e«oe, Kussian Presents for the Dalai Lama. St. Petersburg, June 26 M. Pokotiloff hauded the Dalai Lama, at Wifa, two packages aa presents from the Czar. The Morals of Sydney. Stdney, June 27 A deputation representative of the Churches and the Association tor Preserving Public Morals is urging upon the Chief Secretary the necessity for corrective legisation m connection with liquor, opium, social evils, Sunday trading and dancing. Amongst other startling statements it was alleged that £30,000 weekly passed through Sydney tote shops, ansi that twenty millions were locked up m gambling m Australia, and that over 2000 girls were plying the streets of Sydney. Mr Bogue, promising sympathetic consideration, expressed a, belief that Sydney was no worse than any other large city.

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CABLE NEWS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6606, 27 June 1905

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CABLE NEWS Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6606, 27 June 1905

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