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TELEGRAPHIC.

HOME AND FOREIGN.

[per press association.]

\ London, May 12. It is stated the trance-like disease known as La Nona has been ascertained to be a form^of neuros.

It is believed the vigorous action on the part of the Agents-General at the Paris Telegraph Conference will secure a'reduction of the charge" for ordinary cablegrams to,the colonies to 5s per word/ Mr Henniker-Heaton is pressing- the"' Government to support the reduction. :

New York, May 12.! Cyclones passed over Ohio and other parts of America. ..Immense damage was done to property, but the loss of life was small.

Constantinople,' May 12,

Dj evdet Pasha,, Minister; of, Justice, has been dismissed from,office.at the instance 0* Germany.. .. „ n ',. '/'

, .., ; • ..Berlin^ May ; l2.. It is rumored that Yon Capriyi, Chancellor, intends to resign, the reason'being that the tortuous mazes of diplomacy are foreign' to' his character. ; '";"■-..-,,/.,'.■ '' '• ''.SoFiA^May 12.J The indictment preferred against Major Panitza, who is accused of taking part in the conspiracy to dethrone Prince Ferdinand, implicates the, Russian Minister at Bucharest in the plot.' ' ' - ' • :

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TELEGRAPHIC., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2429, 14 May 1890

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TELEGRAPHIC. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2429, 14 May 1890

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