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(Put Pksss Association.)

Auoxlabd, March 30. The Trlsoo Mail has arrived, bringing dates from Europe to Maroh 8.

GENERAL SUMMARY. The Oonntess Larish has been lenteneed to perpetual exile from Bavaria for the p*rt taken by her (a the events leading to the death of the Or own Prlnoe Badolph of Austria, i At a dinner given by Prlnoe Bismarck to the members of the Lower Home of the Prussian Diet, he said In his speeoh that he regarded it as Impossible that the Samoan question should lnterropt the friendly relations of Germany and the United States. Tbe new French Ministry, nnder M. Tlrard, won a decisive victory on Marob 6 over Boulangerlam ia the passing of a measure suppressing the L'ques des Patriotes. The Government will probably prosecute Its organisers for treason. A letter to New York, dated Mar oh 6! from the) Congo, says that Stanley, the explorer, bad started .tp rejoin Emm Pasha, and wonld not return by way of the Oongo as he had suffered treachery at the hands of Tlppoo.Tlb, whose chief object was to plot up slaves, Wlssman's African expedition Is likely to prove a failure as no recruits are forthcoming. Mr Victor Stsnwood, US. Consular •gent' was killed at Andakabe, Madagascar, recently, by the captain of the Ametloan schooner, Solitaire. It Is calculated seventy lives were lost In the recent gales In the Bed Sea. The United States has informed Germany that the demand for the prosecution and punishment of the press correspondent, Klein, cannot be compiled with. Ex-king Milan will shortly start on a long tour* The Austrian Cabinet fears that King HBira's abdication will result m Russian asoendanoy. The private debts of tbe thionelets king amount to 2,000,000 florins.

Tho German Government have deolded to prevent Peters expedition proceeding to tho Interior of Africa.

Great excitement wm oaused at San Francisco by the reported destruction of the U.S. w»r vessel, Nipilc, by the German corvette Olga. O'Donovan Ross* hat sned Oassldy of the "New York Oathollo News," for criminal | libel* He called Ron* a traitor to Ireland. A Oblnaman has been arrested for debauching 25 white girls at Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The discovery of a riob gold field Is re- • ported near the Southern boundary of San Diego county, California, on Mexican territory In the valley of Santa Clara. The King of Holland developed symptoms of blood poisoning on March 5 and his death was considered Imminent. He suffered severely. . i The Philadelphia wool men have sent a letter to the new Seoretary of the Treasury, Mr Wiosdom, asking him to make rnlings to prevent scoured wool being imported under the name of " waste," that he tvill oonfirm the 60 per cant doty on wool tops and that he will classify ao called worsted olotbs as woollens, Tisoonnt Mandevillet the eldest ton of the Duke of Manchester, failed on Maroh 6th for £110,000. He married an American lady Ml«s Gzaanga. His bankruptcy is attributed to gambling and living m excess of his lnoome. Mr John Dillon. M.P., sailed from London for Australia on Maroh 0 A large nnmlwr of enthusiastic friends gave him a send off, It has been discovered that a bloody j vendetta prevailed amongst the Sicilian colony In New Orleans. There are several thousands of these people In that city and ' the fend of which there have already been many victims w<»s brought from Italy. Bodies have b, eon found by keenscouted dogs m swamps on the borders of tj*ke Poutchartraln and also m other out - pf-the-way places. Many persons have disappeared of whom no account can be given at all.

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'FRISCO MAIL NEWS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2098, 30 March 1889

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'FRISCO MAIL NEWS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2098, 30 March 1889

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