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The Newfoundland Difficulty .

[PER PRESS ASSOCIATION.

Ottawa, May 26. There is a serious friction between the French and.English population in Canada; The people of Newfoundland regard the action of the French in ordering fishermen. to remove their nets as a virtual invasion of British territory, an*d"are furious at what they consider the supineness of the English Government.

. London, May 26. . Delegates from Newfoundland hare had an interviewwithLordKnutsford, who stated he was extremely anxious to satisfy the demands of the colonists to the utmost of his power. The Premier is parleying with the French Government over the fisheries dispute. The French Press is moderate in tone.

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The Newfoundland Difficulty., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 2436, 28 May 1890

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The Newfoundland Difficulty. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 2436, 28 May 1890

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