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THE LATEST. HOME AND FOREIGN

United Press Association —By Electric Telegraph—Copyright.

Received July 10, 8.25 a.m. Socialism in Germany. Berlin, July 8 The German newspapers condemn Prince Yon Bulow for silencing W. Jauree, thus lending undue influence and importance to the Social Democrats in foreign affairs. One Berlin journal Ftates that Prince Yon Hulow foared that the speech might offend Russia. Bekwn, Ju*y 9 M. Jaures declares that Prince Yon Bulow's action is the strongest prot-GBt against the increasing spread of Socialism and the importance of the international proletariat. An Imputation Resented London, July 9 The postal employees indignantly deny Lord Stanley'B suggestion that they are guilty of blackmail. Swimming 1. Billinsrton beat Kieran, the Australian, in the King's Cup life saving competition at Blackpool by ten yards in Dmin 35eec. A Wreck.

The Castle liner Harle h Castle is ashore at Barrio 1. It is feared she is a total wreck.

Tae Cotton Crop Speculators.' Washington, July 9 Edwia Holmes, associate statistician in tho Washington Agricultural Department, has been d:str>iSfed for judging with the Government cotton crop roports to suit the purposes of manipulators by enramunicating information to Theodore Ptice and other brokers. Price denies receiving informition from Holmes.

(Theodore Price was- reported last week to hnve made iJtOO.OCO in five minutes on the New York cotton market, and .£50,000 in the next half hour.)

Th 3 Sunken Submarine. Paris, July 9 ■ Desperate efforts were made to pass hawsers beneath the sunken submarine at Bizerta, The imprisoned men no longer respond to signals.

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THE LATEST. HOME AND FOREIGN, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6617, 10 July 1905

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THE LATEST. HOME AND FOREIGN Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6617, 10 July 1905

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