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London, May 12 and 13. The Australian Squadron will sail in' Aubrust. ''•'-• ' ' I - . . I Dr Brown,' of Bedford; has been apI'pointed Chairman of. the • Congregational Union. ■ ■' Sir' John Pender, Chairman of the j Eastern Extension Telegraph Company, | has submitted fresh' tariff proposals to l'the Agents-General. " : ' < :< • Mii Cecil <jßaike3,' the PostmasterGeneral, stated that the present loss on the outward- postal 'service to Aus-' tralia, was <£78,000,-& nd that a reduc-' 1 tion to a penny,to'lndia and Australia; would be an additional i£l 30>000. ' •• : ■-!; •- .■. \ ," . - i iif. ' May 13. '• ■ In the" Reichstag General Caprivi said he viewed the colbnial policy with misgivings, but retreat now was impossible. Bullets and Bibles, he said, must civilize Africa.
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TELEGRAPHIC., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XIV, Issue 2430, 15 May 1890
TELEGRAPHIC. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XIV, Issue 2430, 15 May 1890
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