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LATEST CABLE NEWS.

♦ [by eleotrio telegraph — copyright] (pkr prhbs association.;} (Received July 1, 11.47 a.m ) THE EUROPEAN SITUATION. St. Petersruro, June 30. The "Journal de St Petersburg" agrees with the opinion expressed by Count Kalnoky, regarding the claim for the independence of the Balkan States. It approves of the policy of the Servian regents who hope to restore an intimate union with Russia, and declares that Russia will never interfere with Servian independence. It cordially accepts Count Kalnoky's assurance of peace. THE TURF SCANDAL. London, Jane 30 In the case brought by Sir G. Chetwynd against Lord Durham, the former has been awarded a farthing damages, and has to pay his own costs. (Roc lvad July 1, 12 53 pm.) NEW SOUTH WALES REVENUE. Sydney, Jaly 1. For the twelve months ending June 30th, the revenue of New South Wales was £8,963,000, an increase of £252,000 ou the year ending June 30, 1888. The railway returns show an increase of £56,000.

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LATEST CABLE NEWS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2162, 1 July 1889

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LATEST CABLE NEWS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2162, 1 July 1889

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