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TELEGRAPHIC.

V . HOME AND, FQEEI ,N.

< [per press association.}

London, June 2 and 3. ■■ > The 1 "PalY Mall' Gazette " says a Parnellite seat has been- placed at the disposal oi Sir T: Mcßwraith of Queensland. ~ . :;< , •' It isrtunored tHat 'Count Herbert Bkmarck is to marry ' the i eldest daughter of "Lady Dudley. ;'- . Bishop Dwyer, of v limeriick' has Withdrawn from his priests the power to give "absolution to bbycotters. ; '■ f The • Agemts-General are pressing the Government to proceed • 'with; the 'Western^ Australia Enabling Bill im- , mediately. ) ''-''

The opposition to the compensation of publicans for the loss of licenses is increasing,-and it is -probable thte proposal will be withdrawn. !

Sir G. Campbell and Mr Coriyjbeare, in Committee of Supply, attacked the captain of H.M.S. Royalst for shelling native villages in the Pacific.

Baron de Worms in an official patch.sa^s'the separation VjOfK^jprfchern fr<siniSouthern ! Quj&nsland Uralses an important and difficult question Which is receiving the fullest attention "of the Home Government.

' Siri R/Dl 1 Bell is parleying with. France and Germany to reduce i th.eir cable rates to Australia in the j same may th^t it. is proposed to do! with raWtb England, i ""

The Agents-General have written to Lord Knutsford, requesting him! •to arranger an. interview} with MrGdschen on. the question of' England contributing to the cable guarantee. ■ !! .;.' , f Mr „ Goschei^. % replying to I 'Mr Heriniker Heatoh, 'said it was illegal for .English, insurers in the Cojonial Mutual i 6 deduct the amount of i their premiums from income tax. Australian companies had neither a strong nor, an ■;equitable claim to have 'a difference made between themselves ar^dßritishocompanies.;,• •., 5; ;,,.,- i ~,\>'' Mr Innes ? an aquatic authority widtes to the " Sportsman" thaib Mr O'Connor, Postmaster-General of New Ssuth Wales, who was accused t by Searle's uncle of tampering with the Searle memorial, was merely endeavoring to carry out the wishes ofl, fthe English subscribers, who desired > their gift to be placed in the Sydney Art Gallery. j Constantinople, June 2. Chakir Pasha has been recalled from Crete

Paris, June 2. The French Government propose to legalise ten hours a day as the liijiit of labor. . , . ; ">'> :ri

Washington, June 3. It is now considered probable that the United States tariff^vill^nk -be altered at all. >

Bbrmn, June 2. It is alleged that Bismarck is intriguing at home and abroad, and that the Kaiser is resolved to stop him, and has cautioned the ex-Ohancellor not to persist in his behaviour. -: {

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TELEGRAPHIC., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XIV, Issue 2432, 4 June 1890

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TELEGRAPHIC. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XIV, Issue 2432, 4 June 1890

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