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TELEGRAPHIC.

HOME AND FOREIGN.

[]>ER PRESS ASSOCIATION. ]

London, April 14 and 15. The Qrand Duke Constantine, cousin of the Gz^r, has arrived, He is writing a revolutionary poem. Mdlle. Sarah Bernhardt has contracted with an impresario for a tour qf the \yorld ? visiting - .America and Australia : The Colonising Committee of the House of Commons will examine Sir T. Cookburn Campbell, of Western Australia and Mr Parker on Wednesday. In the House of Commons, Mr Par-1 nell will move that the Irish Land Purchase Bill be read this day . six months. The Opposition support Mr: Parnell's amendment. j Replying to a question in the Ho,use of Commons, Mr H. Matthews, Home Secretary, stated that the Judge w-ho tried the Davjeses p v ,pprove4 the hanging of the elder brother as the instigator of the murder. The Parliamentary Committee enquiring into the granting of constitutional Government to Western Australia, is considered certain to recommend that the colony receive full local control oyer all lands if thp cla/use requiring'members of Parliament to possess £500 freehold is'omitted. . Calcutta, April 14. - Influenza has spread all over India. The bull? of the troops, a,r.e prostrated j with it. Cabul, April. 14. The Ameer has given permission to caravans to visit Afghan towns, including Herat. | 4tjee;ns, April 14. | It is asserted that "a'(jrrecq : Bu]'garian alliance is being formed witt the approval Qf Turkey. Vienna, April 14. It is expected a procession of 200,000 workmen will march through the streets on the occasion of the labor demonstration. Berlin, April 14. It is now denied that the Kaiser is forming an Imperial Ministry. He has orded the police not to meddle i with the labor celebrations ia May

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TELEGRAPHIC., Ashburton Guardian, Volume xii, Issue 3402, 16 April 1890

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TELEGRAPHIC. Ashburton Guardian, Volume xii, Issue 3402, 16 April 1890

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