Hie Preach postal trouble has ended, foe Government accepting an assurance of the men's fidelity. The Orient Company's steamer otranto, lor the Australian mail trade, has been Munched, at Belfast. Mr John Davidson, poet and playwright, has been missing from his home m Penzaace for several days. A storm at Pittsworth, Queensland, yesferday unroofed many houses, and seriPusly damaged the Catholic Church and I pther properties. The death is announced pf William f- onpell, formerly M.P. for Lambeth, who Jtt 1862 was sentenced to penal servitude lor life for self-confessed forgery. Major-General Hoad, Commander-in-Phief of the Forces, who has been on a visit to Britain, was cordially welcpmed to America by President Tart. The American authorities are Epwg him the "fullest facilities to visit t»e military; fortifications, etc.
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CABLE BREVITIES., Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 75, 29 March 1909
CABLE BREVITIES. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 75, 29 March 1909
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