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The Newfoundland Difficulty.

T THE iEM}LISH;SfAKSHIPi . [per press association] , • ''■ '■'•<■'>■ ■"' '■ .>v "■■■' :-. J>'A-t j .«,■; . ■•'■// I. : . :' •', .i^NDttN,' June 2. ■ 'The despatdh of British'troops to Newfoundlandl >is 'denied; •and ! the authorities < state that warships have merely proceeded thither to execute the.jprdmary.summervmanoauvres. \ In reply to a question, Sir. J., Ferguson saiditha^neither, tl>e .English nor \ the French Government were aware of the landing of French troops at I St. George's Bay. { St. John's, June }3. Newfoundland is willing to allow French fishermen to procure bait if the French Government abolish! the system of paying bounties. '

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The Newfoundland Difficulty., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XIV, Issue 2432, 4 June 1890

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The Newfoundland Difficulty. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XIV, Issue 2432, 4 June 1890

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