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THE LATEST. HOME AND FOREIGN

United Press Association—By Electric Telegraph—Copyright.

Received July 12, 7.25 a.m. New York Cotton Market. ' New York, July 11 There is a rise of 1£ dollars ou the New York cotton market. Brokers refusod to accept new business except on the margin of five dollars a bale in view of the violent fluctuations Keceived July 12, 9.26 a.m. While Mr Wilson, secretary to the Statistical Bureau, and Mr Holmes were preparing the cotton crop report with locked doors, Holmes, on pretence of raising and lowering the window blind 9, signalled the results to a confederate opposite, who telegraphed to the brokers in New York. I ICanadian Manufacturers in 2i£L 1.:,,^. England.

London, July 11 The Eighty Club banqueted the Canadian'manufacturers. Sir H. C. Bannerman, who presided, said that the Liberals were every whit as proud, devoted to the Empire, and anxious to maintain it as any political organisation within the four seas. They, did not believe in meddling with Colonial policy. The Australian Flagship. The " Daily Telegraph " says that ViceAdmiral Lionel Halsey will command the Australian flagship. The Norwegian Throne. Chkistiania, July 11

There are persistent reports that Prince Charles of Denmark is favourably considering the offer of the Norwegian throne.

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THE LATEST. HOME AND FOREIGN, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6619, 12 July 1905

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THE LATEST. HOME AND FOREIGN Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6619, 12 July 1905

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