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United Press Association—By Electric Telegraph—Copyright. - The Sunken Submarine. Paths, July 17 The submarine Farfadet has been raised. The eight men imprisoned aft had replied to signals for 32 hours. The rest, in the fore part, were drowned much earlier. British Naval Thanks. Admiral N Tay hus thanked Prance for the splendid reception accorded the British b'quarlron, proving that the entente was real. He was convinced that tho interests of both nations were identical, and that the friendship would be permanent. A Preference for Germany, Morocco, July 17 The Sultan is apparently determined to entrust the construction of the Tangier mole to the Germans, although the French company's tender was half a million francs lower. Request for Intervention. Sofia, July 17 Bulgaria's Note urges the Powers to intervene to remove the intolerable situation created in the vilayet of Adrianople through the Porte's efforts to compel the Bulgarian settlers to forsake their homes. A Cable Conference. London, July 17 The Pacific Cable Conference expects to conclude in three weeks. It is progressing satisfactorily, though no definite arrangements have been reached. Tennis. i In an exhibition tennis match at the Queon's Club, Brookes and Dunlop, the Australians, beat the Doherty Bros., tennis champions, by 3 sets to 2. The Cretan Eebels. Athens, July 17 The Powers have warned the Cretan rebels that martial law will be proclaimed unless they surrender within a fortnight, when the Powers promise reforms. Fatal Collapse of a Chapel. During a celebration of mass at a chapel in Fermo Workhouse, the floor collapsed killing 16 women and injuring 32. A Papal Encyclical. Rome, July 17 The Pope's encyclical to the Italian bishopa urges catholics to prepare to fighfi Socialism by active organised participation in political life. Three laymen were appointed to report on the best means of accomplishing the Pope's object.

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CABLE NEWS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6624, 18 July 1905

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CABLE NEWS Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6624, 18 July 1905

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