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GENERAL SUMMARY.

S\h ifßANOisoo, August 25 fcrrefttdestr action *o property ia reported from County Chte, Irebnd. Flood« awept hundredu of acres of farming landi t »nd nearly all grovrins cropa were swept avrny to Ben, The jobs will roaoh ta eßOlaoni euiu. Th 6 Qieon la m;ffjrfng from £o!atfoft> whioh has OAuaad hwf great palt«,. anil prevantn elot'u. The Prlnoo of Walei i» Also ouff)ilDg maoh from hl« Jeg alnoe ht left Vowee. The ve!o« which h»ve »•▼•» ruam^d thflli motmtl ilia ilnct bi bt4

typhoid fevßr swell and cua-se great pßin 1 from time to ttmo.t Lstcly tha swelling has been very b»d and the log has reached an enormous e'ze. Btonet, liquidator of the Panama Osncl Company, Informed tho shareholders on Anguat Ist, that i financial syndicate had <; taken the whole amount of tbe lottery bonds, the terms of which he dors not reveal, and that If tbe enterprise p- riches, the law of bankruptcy will enable him to diltrlbute »mong the creditors 8 par cert. An anonymous wrrer enclosed ten on- 1 thousand pound cotes m • letter to the •Pflnoe of Wales, denouncing the oppotltlon to tbe Royal Grants Btll. Germane to thia it is also mentioned that tbe Queen has appointed a private commission to examine her hnucohnlo and otvll I'bc £ •xpendltnre, and prepaie a aoheme of retrenchment. Blondin has accepted a wager of £4000 to walk on a cab'e stretched {mm tbe E ffal tower to the doom of the m»!o exhibition buildings m less then five minutest Naval frauds recently discovered In Germany sent a thrill of indignation throngbout the Empire by the extent of theii nmrfioatlons. The Emperor li faitoui. Herr Oremlr, a highly placed officer at Kiel, committed suicide after his •trest. News from Samoa, received up to August 9, caused quite a stir throughout Germany, obit fly on account of Mataafa's ■otlon m compelling Tumaaese to hand over to him the prisoner and police foroes at Apia. Stevens, the American long distance cyclist, his failed (n his search for Stanley the explorer returning to tbe coast. He hftd seen or heard nothing of the object of his March.

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GENERAL SUMMARY., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2226, 14 September 1889

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GENERAL SUMMARY. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2226, 14 September 1889

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