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HOME AND FOREIGN . [per press association.] , 1 '•''••' London, 'May 15. Gilbert and Sullivan have-dissolved •ttieir'literary and musical partnership. Lord Mayor Isaacs presides ;bver the meeting of the Federation Lehgue on May the 19th. . J The Queen has unveiled the statue of Prince Albert at Windsor,' erected^ out of funds supplied by the Women's Jubilee subscription. ; Stanley, speaking at Guildhall, denounced the Quakerism and , nambypamby journalism which were thwarting enterprise in Africa. He hoped that German rivalry would stimulate England fco further exertion. During the debate'on Colonel .Owen's paper at tlic 'Colonial "Institute, Sir G. 'Dilkesaicl Canada possessed the weakest defences, General Brackenburyassertecl it was time Australia ceased to te the milch . cow for gun-makers '.and inventors. " ' . ' At- the banquet -to the'- Marquis .of Hartington, Mr Chamberlain presided. In reply to- the toast of his 1 health, Lord Hartington said he had never repented leaving Mr Gladstone,' 'and did not desire to rejoin him whilst he ?iYa.s allied to American extremists and English Socialists. : Madrid, May' 14; ' ) Major Pinto received an, ovation on his yisit to this city..,; » .:, i ,; i> : :„..'. ■■ Sofia,. May 15. ■It is'reported that an attempt will be made by a band of Maseedonian .i'aiders: to rescue 'Major* Panitia. . • '" -'Rome;' May 15. The Pope'is','desirous' I'of being restored 'to'the"temporal'power. The Jesuits and Bishops, with the exception of Italian, are favorable to his aspirations. :'./.„ London, May 'Hp>tk //The "Pall Mall Gazette'"■ protest's against the Marquis of Salisbury's intention to surrender to Germany ißamangwatolancl (the size of. Austria) surround- [ ing Lake Ngami in South Africa. m tj ie Bank of New Zealand are !■ ■;■■ -. i >v L 9. „ St. John's, May 14. r* Fear is expressed in Newfoundland of retaliation by force over the : Imperial Government's action in refusing to submit the lobster fisheries question to arbitration. The authorities are iirging the i-elnbvaJDof the French/lobster factories Lands the•- refusal of privileges to the j^nch; • "f * • :

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TELEGRAPHIC., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2432, 17 May 1890

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TELEGRAPHIC. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2432, 17 May 1890