ADDITIONAL MAIL NEWS.
Auckland, May 5:7. Tw nry hotels and boarding-houses In the Katflkill Mountains, entered into an agreement not to receive Hebrews as guests during the ooming season. Sir J. Pauncefote, British Ambassador, at Washington, m the oourse of an interview, said that he oame to Amerioa with the most pacifio intentions, aud bore the cordial goodwill of the British Government.
Professor Sullivan, a teaoher of danoing, beoame undaly familiir with a pupil named Marlette, at St. Bernardio, and wae slain by the girl's mother, who shot him. Minnesota has adopted the Australian system, voting by 26 to 2. Yellow fever bas reappeared at Florida, the outbreak being at San Ford, 100 milei east of Tampa. Mitchell, who haa acoepted alarm's oball«nge to fight for £1000, has named England as the plaoe for the contest bir Julian Paunoefotq presented his credentials to President Harrison on May 3rd m a neat speech, tbe burden of whioh was tbe maintenance of the relations of peao-i and friendship b. tweea the two countries. The President replied m the same spirit
Naquet, agent for tbe Boulangiste, if negotiating a loan m London. 20,000,000 dollar* have baen offered at 50 per cent discount.
The Duke of Edinburgh, who returned from the Mediterranean on H,M.rJ Alexia* dra, besides being stricken with fever was In disgrace, owin ; to the abortive attempts he made to save iI.MJS Sultan, wrecked off Malta.
Ail. Mitchell and Alf. Ball fought • terrific fight of sixty-five rounds with ban knuotcies near London on April 17th fot a £1000 a side. Bith men reoeived horrible punishment, The slogging ended by Ball breaking a bone In his arm at the end of tbe 65 h round, whioh foroad him to give up The faces of the men wait frightfully battered. Neither could see and friends had to lead tbem horns
Tha Saauan Oonferenoe opened al Berlin on April 19th, but little of m dMogs Is being made publio. On May Ist Mr Jrlaasoa, the United States Commissioner, speaking for his associates, aaked If there existed any secret understanding between England and Germany In rigtrd to the partition of the Tongan and Samoan Islands. In reply Prlnoe Bismarok and Sir F. Malet both denied the exlstanoe of any suoh understanding. This Inoldent Was afterwards denied officially. King Malletoa having offered a suitable apology to the German Government the Ealier has deolded to release him from exile ▲ Oommittee of the Oonferenoe, consisting of Kraal, Bites and Soott bad prepared a report on tbe land question In Srmoa, whiob provided for a Native ruler and a constitutional tribunal. The Berlin correspondent of tbe London, " Tim is " saya that while England's attitude is not entirely clear there Is nothing to show tbat tbe British Government Lans towaidt Germany.
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