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TELEGRAPHIC HOME AND FOREIGN.

[per press association.]

London, April 24. ■ Sir Dillon Bell will attend the Telegraph Conference at Paris, and will advocate the cheapening of the cable tariff. , New Orleans, April 25. Serious floods have been experienced in Louisiana. ' ' < Sofia,. April 24. Russia has accepted payment of the Bulgarian indemnity. ■ '" Paris, April 24. The anarchists of Paris have as : sumedja,threatening attitude. ' News of the defeat of the v'DahoI meyasis by the Erenchtroojps has been .'confirmed. .«:,,,,.,* : „ . ' "St. P^rr.-i:' \J,'. W-nV 2_. i , It is denied,.! iw i !■•■.; ('iMll.! Duke .Constantine, co'.i-i:i <>!' ■ I■-t (.'/'<!■. is writing a revolutionary puom. Berlin, April 24. ■ ; The Protestant and Roman Catholic Bishops of Prussia have appealed ;to their clergy to repress Socialism. ■ ' . ■- •■ New York, April-24. : During the procedure of his trialfor libel to-day, O'Donovan Rossa declared that anything was justifiable to secure, relief from the British yoke. ; Washington, April 25. f The Republicans in Congress recommend the r Treasury,, tp purchase :4,500,0000z r of silver monthly, payable in notes, to be redeemable on demand.

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TELEGRAPHIC HOME AND FOREIGN., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2411, 26 April 1890

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TELEGRAPHIC HOME AND FOREIGN. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2411, 26 April 1890

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