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FRANCE AND EGYPT.

Ml"Lemoine, editor.of lfti^Debats," a republican.organ, in an article on. affairs in Egypt, advices France to dismiss the idea of 'Egypt being evacuated by the English as anempty dream, and says that it would be far better for France to submit to ;fche ines"fcable and cultivate the friendship ot- r England. He says that France created the position, and the' spoils T belong to the victors. THE FLOODS. (Received April 22, at 1.33 p.m.) • ;... Sydney, April 22. The water remains stationary at Bourke, and it is expected that it will be three weeks befbrW it-commences to recede. Nine hundred women and children, are fiving under canvas at North Bourke, "where rations are served out daily. Many;6fithem -have been rendered destitute. North Bourke is now an island three miles square and about ten. feet aboveJughjwater.

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FRANCE AND EGYPT., Ashburton Guardian, Volume xii, Issue 3407, 22 April 1890

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FRANCE AND EGYPT. Ashburton Guardian, Volume xii, Issue 3407, 22 April 1890

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