'. *-• •: • -r- ' ;in-; HOME AND FOREIGN: _V } '" ' [PER' PRESS'ASSOCIATION.] £ ':' "^ '/ ' , London^-May 30 and 31. y' llt 7is prpppsed Switierla'nd 'ishaU^M iftediate in the Delagoa^Bay^Railyay dispute., , r ,,, - - -~"-io ►,? > r, v lt ';.-'4i-;?^ - i The Wolsejey shearing -m^lt^nef-baal 1 been successfully. tried ,. tferouguOttt r . England.;.- .---: „, ■■■■■^ ■'j7,-^yiv-t"fd.-: , - j ) Sir Dillon Bell: and- .Siß'j.'OraHatow . Berry will attend the International^ Gohference at Brussels in Juiy. f!rl !-;" u-j? ; The B,ev Canon Saumarez Sn^tK^ll 11 r . be consecrated,Bishop> of; Sydney in^St^;^ PauFsOathedralqii June 2#th. ' \ ) The Manchester Unity-OrdeF*-ot« Oddfellows have promised to empower colonial lodges to increase i the initiation fee.', 1 "s_ y a -i I "3. ' i A disagreement has arisen among the memfeers of the' r syndicate lormed |or the manufacture of locomotives for . New Spnth Whales, bu^the.dispute doea^ . not affect the f contract T eptered' into with that colony. . . " The uncle of Searle, late, Champion Sculler, ■'■ writes: to r ; *?, Sport«nian)"i^ . ; attacking the Postmaster-Gener^r'-of;'J - kew South Wales' for alleged tampering with the Searle memorial^orwarded to the colony by English' 'admirers of " i Searle. „.. , - - '
Pabis, June 1.
[ The "• Government are r preparing li&h Bill limiting the hours -of operatives;!, :, i Buenos Atbbs, June 1. I A moiety of the Argentine Republic* Customs, duties is made, payable in I St Pbtersburg, May 30. ; It is rumored M. de, Oiers,, r pufsian Minister of Foreign Afiairs, intends to resign. '- •, ;,;,:-," ,\ ,; v i- D' i-'f\ , . , . Zanzibar^ May 31.^; ; It is reported that the expediiion^. under the command of Dr Peters will -# join that under'Emin Pashaj >■•■; .! i.r Rome, June 1. *<-'3
The Chamber of Deputies by a large » majority.has carried a motion •express?" 1* mg confidence.m.Signor Orispil.; °^ f ;'" i '■_.'•.'') 'Washington,';May )PQ'^ r^-c ■ The^ monument erected in of .President Garfield. has been^dedifji eatedby ex-President Cleveland.?, <-s x hbA I Berlin, May" 3O.vj'H r> In the~course of an interview "Bia-^ marck; .;said th } c ;hqri?on^^ras,>pea©pfgl|*and cloudless. wpujdp^ot . attac¥FfanW a^frKt 11-iim
San Francisco^ May 31. ; An excursioritraih^daslied^through a raised drawbridge' at T Oakland,,, and-* thirteen pei^6M\Wi»'^)^^^/f^dSi|^_ number of others jseriousiyiinju^. ;^; .. i Montreal,.May 30.;;^
; At the inquest on the fire at Longue *) Pointe Asylum a verdict was returned. } that nobody was to blame.' There were ninety-one deaths in all . ' V f Buda Pesth, April 31.-"" :- The Kossuth Citizenship' Bill, 3by/ which it was proposed to abrogate the law that expatriated Louis f , Kossuth, and declare him a Hungarian citizen on his merits, has been rejected.
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TELEGRAPHIC, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 2430, 2 June 1890
TELEGRAPHIC Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 2430, 2 June 1890
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