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TELEGRAPHIC.

HOM:q AND FOREIGN".

[pee press association.]

London, May 34 §2, The Union Steamship Oompany's new boat, the Tayiuni, wag launched yesterday.. " „ s The statement that the Prince of Wales intends to visit Ireland next week is denied. The owners of the Dacca are reticent about the circumstances attending the loss of the vessel, A rigid enquiry , will be instituted. The Canadian Pacific Railway Comr pany has bought an interest in the Commercial Cable Company, with the object, it is believed, of forwarding the ' Australian cable soheme.

Mr Siauley speaking at a banque given by the London Chamber of Coin merce/said that if England continued to yield to Germany's demands in Africa he should advise the British East Africa Company to withdraw. A blue book containing papers relating to the Western Australian Constitution Bill is published. The " Standard," commenting on its contents, insists that alienation of the fee simple shall ..be. stopped, .and,- the ua-. -»« earned increment of the land reserved „-, for the community. ; X-, ■•? , n , „ . Paris, May ; .,2l.' ?r <^. The French, Government.has signecL; y,the Egyptian convention. ;. { Sofia, May 21. Panitza admits the plot to' deposed ? Prince Ferdinand, but denies the complicity of Russia. ■ „ , „ ._, OttaW^ May 22.. rp It is reported negotiations regarding a > the Behring Strait fisheries have failed. \}'''" Canadian sealers go out armed. \ •<,.<■' '\<^, ,■. ■ ■ , :BEELiN, ( ;May;2l.\.;. :^i;i Ypn Caprivi relaxes thet'estriction:":^ upon travel in .Alsace, but the pass-i \t,-*, port' system is not to be altogether"^ abolished. „'':, iti; "' ' ' -.- A sensation "was caused^ in^Jjhe^^. Reichstag by Go'vernmen^ declining*" . the present increased army vote. This - r action is regarded as the precursor of '"' , increased demands: " ' .;-».>. ; „ Buenos Ayrbs, ; , May 21j Riots have > taken place,. at Puerto Alagre in the Argentine Republic. Troops'were called out and'firedOon :'I the mob, killing twenty-six and wounding forty-one. . ' . t „, ' ' • * '- ■,-«. /jfi.t-

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TELEGRAPHIC., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2437, 23 May 1890

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TELEGRAPHIC. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2437, 23 May 1890

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