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GENERAL SUMMARY.

Lord Londsdale (a In London organising an Aro'lo expedition. A national monument Is \p be raised to John Bright. / The formation of tbe Anglo* Amerlo 10. Salt Trust has bean suocelsf ully acoompllshed. j Toe yaohk Valkyrie, built by Lord Danraren to compete for Ithe Amerioan Cap, has been repeatedly beaten by old English yaohti m reoent trials. An endeavour made to, sell Dion . Bouoloault's Company's rights, to pay Agnes Robertson's alimony, was prevented by ao Injunction of tbe Court. Lord Salisbury bas deolded to let William O'Brien's libel suit for £10,000 ■ go to trial. London doctors have discovered that General Boulanger Is far gtna with diabetes, and have ordered blm to Carlsbad or Vichy. ' In consequenoe of the high prioe of raw sugar, the largest refinery In Greenook •losed on May 16. Dr Power, Bishop of tbe Roman Catholic dlooof c of Waterford U dead. Deputations from ail tbe mnifo'paltles of Ireland, except Belfast and Londonderry, visited Lonoon on May 23, to present Mr Parnell with an address of oongratuls tion oa the result of the Plggot disclosures. Claims for damages arising out of the Ohefoo riots bave been settled. The English and Amerioan flaga hive been reboistsd, the Chinese stinting them. King Leopold proposes Aa international eooferaooa at Brutsella m September, to complete the work of the Congo Oonferenoe. Christians are being massaored by Turks £ on the Montenegrin frontier.

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GENERAL SUMMARY. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2155, 22 June 1889

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