THE LATEST HOME AND FOREIGN
United Press Association—By Electric Telegraph—Copyright "Received July 3, 7.21 a.m. Swimming, Loisdom, July 2 In (he Mile Swimming Championship at Highgate Ponds Eieran led for half the distance, and then Billington went to the front, eventunlly winning in 24 minutes 42 seconds, fifty yards ahead of Kieran. There were 70,000 present
Australasian Tennis Team. In the Tennis Tournament, Gore beat Wilding, Brooks beat Riseley, reaching the semi-final in the Singles, while Brooks end Dunlop are still nnbeaten in the Doubles. A Boycott Vetoed. Pekin, July 2 In consequence of urgent representations from Washingtou the Chinese viceroys and governors have been ordered to stop the anti-American agitation for the boycott of American goods. j The Rebellion in Crete. J Constantinople, July 2 1 A hundred Russian soldiers after several hoars' engagement occupied Platania in Crote. A French force expelled the insurgents fiom Kalyves. Italy is sending marines to the interior.
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THE LATEST HOME AND FOREIGN, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6611, 3 July 1905
THE LATEST HOME AND FOREIGN Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6611, 3 July 1905
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