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United Press Associ«tion —Hy Electric Telegraph—Copyright. Received Juno 30, 8.1-8 a.m. The Duchess of Westminster's Jewels, London, June 20 Chapumn, a watchmau, was sen'encel to 18 mrnths* imprisonment for stealing the Dueho Ts of Westminster's jewels, while Taylor was discharged. A Church Army Scheme. The Church Army is appealing for ■£100,000 to establish five labour colonies in the United Kingdom for 1.50 C criminals and vagrants. It is hoped the Govern mant will largely contribute. President Roosevelt thanks the Kaiser. Washington, June 29 President Roosevelt, in thanking the Kaiser for gifts to the Germanic Museum at Harvard, said that Germany's many acts of courtesy and kindliness to America were fostering a friendship likely in the future to greatly benefit mankind. Panama Canal Complications, The resignation of Wallace, the chief engineer of the Panama Canal, has created an impression that the scheme will soon be completely at a deadlock. Tbe cost has increased enormously. The Lock System Advocated New Yoik newspapers suggest construction of locks instead of a sea level canal af Panama.

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THE LATEST., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6609, 30 June 1905

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THE LATEST. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6609, 30 June 1905

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