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\ London, May 5 and 6. % "■•/ The Eoyal Geographical Society has presented a gold medal to Stanley. The Bill giving effect to the financial; proposals; in the Budget was read a ;; second time,in the,.Hpusi3,pf '■', by a majority of 82. , „ ,; ; The Committee of thei House of Eords on sweating^reporte.that^th6.j.^ges paid by sweaters are inadequate,, and;. governed by the necessity of the workers. -. The hours are ?,also ; excessiye.-j The .-: report concludes by urging/Parliament to interfere. .'.< :-„.,' J MAPBii),,Mav,6. Bombs have been' found in^Barc©r . Berlin, May 6 and 6. | Captain Casiti has entered the .German service. ' i 1 ':,: -A?',/. The Reichstag wiU;be asked^vote eighteen million marks annually $o increase the army., ••.-fit'.; rx< <j»t?? i&b' ; The . Government will' • introduce | legislation to give effect to ,the xecom- ' mendations: of ?the Labo^; jP(f^wenc« so far as Germany,is concernedr^ Rome, May 6. Signor Crispi, the Premie^ threatens . to resign owing to the Senate rejecting the Bill,to abolish.bequeststo religious institutions. ..,'■'" ; • .* , Roiw/May 6. The tnal of the members of the copper ring is proceedifigj^^Miiltecretan asserted his motives were patriotic, inasmuch, as he wished to deprive England of the monopoly in copper.
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TELEGRAPHIC., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2423, 7 May 1890
TELEGRAPHIC. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2423, 7 May 1890
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