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TELEGRAPHIC.

HOME AND FOREIGN.

[fer phess association.]

London, May 7 and ,8 ' It is rumored that a valuable gold discovery has been made at Dunmpde, Cork. : ' Burns declines to discuss the eight hours question with Mr Bradlaugh^ except in Hyde Park. , tJ v , i Three ■ hundred; < Jtßou^aridJ Q,6f i the Ceylon 3|•per- vcent;i<san:4ias ;I'b^en subscribed. The balance (£150,0(30) ihas been withdrawn. • At ihe .request of Sir Saul Samuel, Agent^General' of New South Wales, . the opening of the Mining Exhibition has been .postponed until July. j }A colliery.at Leigh, Lancashire, is on fire. Three' hundred and fifty of the workmen are entombed, and !the work of rescue is being carried!' onl from an^dj6ining';^it. !'].{• '; Mr Chamberlain, speaking at 'Ox?- S ford, said he had suggested to Mr . Gladstone amL the, Premier that a com!,promise should Rearranged on the Irish Land\Pur 4 chase Bill, : Zanzibar, May 8. ' Major Wissman has relea ed jthe British subjects detained at Kilima njaro. • V."A ''>•'.\ 'A > Cairo, May B,|j 1' Th^ Egyptian <jrpvernm,ent^accep|ted the wider conversion scheme proposed by France. '

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TELEGRAPHIC., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2425, 9 May 1890

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TELEGRAPHIC. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2425, 9 May 1890

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