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(Received May 4, 1.29 p.m .) Capetown, M*y 3 In a speech made before his departure, Bir H. Robinson, the Governor asserted that the chief factor m the future colonisation of South Africa was Republicanism, and that Imperialism had a diminishing effect. He condemned the action of irresponsible persons m England m meddling with Colonial affairs. London, May 3 In reply to a question which was asked m the House of Commons on the subject, : Baron de Worms said that Government were not desirous of taking action m the absence of the full text of Sir H. Robinson's speech.

The Colonial press generally have approved oi the speech.

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SIR HERCULES ROBINSON, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2126, 4 May 1889

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SIR HERCULES ROBINSON Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2126, 4 May 1889

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