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San Fbanoisoo, May 28i Three American men of-war have been sent to control the entrance to Bearing Straits.

London, May 29. The English Government has given instructions to increase the strength of the squadron m Behriug Straits to protect the British sealers from seizure by American cruisers. The United States has also reinforced its squadron.

Ottawa, May 30. There is great excitement m British Columbia owing to the decision of the English Government to protect the seal fisheries m Northern waters against American aggression. Torpedo boats are being fitted out to protect the harbor of Victoria.

(Reoeived May 31, 12,20 p.m.)

„ Lon»on, May 30, : The "New York Herald," m an article published m its London edition expresses the hope that the prompt action taken by England for the protection of the interests of Gritish sealers m Behrings Straits will induce theauthori* ties at Washington to recede from the position they have taken up, and that the matters will be ventuatfy arranged by the two oountries

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ANOTHER FISHERIES TROUBLE. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2139, 31 May 1889

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