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TELEGRAPHIC.

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: < ; |V; } St. -pBTJKSBtJRcC'^p^I. The Czar has been suddenly seized with serious illness. .- v-r?-\ /> *':- :- ■ •"«• ;-f -; LoNDOir^April'-iy" The new cable to be 7 laid s ,be,fcween Madras .and Penang has been slii^peS. The Imperial Federation League is communicating with -the •'Chambers of Commerce with a view to securing uniform cheap postage rates. -'' ': '"' *

.Mr S. Wilkinson, of Sydney, in a letter *q '£The Times," combats the statement made by M. Pasteur with reference to the treatment of his delegates in New. South Wales, tod declares th»t: they'freceiVed every courtesy and justice possible. The House of Commons has adjourned for the Easter holidays, and will not reassemble until the 14th instant.

The evidence taken before the Com. mitfeee set up to -enquire into the hop question shows a great decrease in the production of that pknt'in Englandi"^ ::sMesara ; Dalgetty and Col," Lhhit^ declare a dividend of 8 per ceaAt; T|Jet annum, "f : ' -----L-r J'Jtt

r"-. 1 -v^' <-:.."' ;• Paris, Aprtfi&d •"i La Psix," journaV asserts that the Emperor William of Germany is dcsiipus of .improving tRo. editions between Gcrniiiny and France, and that he intends to propose peaceful compromises, Berlin, . April 1 The Emperor William has deoictaH (a visit England, in thf eumm^ T

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TELEGRAPHIC., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 2392, 3 April 1890

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TELEGRAPHIC. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 2392, 3 April 1890

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