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TROUBLE AT DELAGOA BAY

• (PBB PKBBB ASSOCIATION.) London, June SO There is a panic at Delagoa Bay over the action of the Portuguese m interfering with the railway. Lord Salisbury is negotiating with the Portuguese Government. The Press advocates arbitration, and It is understood that Portugal is willing to assent to this course. London, July 1. The " Times " considers that Great Britain would be justified m calling the Portuguese to task for their injustice ta a British Company. Portugal has assured the British Government that official reports will show the Delagoa affair has been exaggerated. It is considered improbable England will interfere between the Company and the Portuguese Government/especially as it is well known German/ is secretly Supporting Portugal m the latter's South African policy. It is stated concessions -have been granted to a Company promoted by Americans.

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TROUBLE AT DELAGOA BAY, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2162, 2 July 1889

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TROUBLE AT DELAGOA BAY Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2162, 2 July 1889

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