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Fisheries Dispute.

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>■■'<■■ ,StJ John's, May 27. <: An address couched in violent terms has been drawn up for transmission to the Queen. ■;'

London, May 27

Canada has been warned that sealers will operate in Behring Strait at their own risk.

Paris, May 28;

French officials anticipate an early settlement of the Newfoundland fisheries dispute. ; ...

St. Johns, May 28,

A British warship has closed the British Lobster Factory in St George's Bay, . .. ■ . - -..i „'i ■"- Sixteen- thousand j colonial Vfishermen on the French'sHore v have forwarded a petition to her Majesty the Queen on the matter.

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Fisheries Dispute., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 2437, 29 May 1890

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Fisheries Dispute. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 2437, 29 May 1890

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