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TELEGRAPHIC

HOME AND FOREIGN

[per press association.]

■"' V-"~^^.London, Juno 3 and 4.J3

Lord Carrington will be appointed Grand Master of the Freemasons of Buckingham.

The wreck of the British India steamer Dacca is attributed to mirage.

It is rumored that the Duke of Connaught is to be appointed Commander of the forces in Ireland.

Mr Henry Irving hopes to be able to visit Australia next Avinter.

Madame Patey, (? Patti) well-known cantatrice, visits Australia. She will I probably sail in August,

I Madame Melba's re-appearance in London as Juliet in the opera founded on Shakespeare's.tragedy was greeted with unusual enthusiasm. The Prince and Princess of Wales were present.

Paris, June 3 and 4,

Louise Michel has been liberated,

The Duke of Orleans has been pardoned. He will be conducted to the Swiss frontier.

St. Pr/CEHSHUKc, June 3. The Xihilists l'occnUy arrested arc being examined in secret.

Romi',, June 3,

Jt is assorted that King Humbert intends to assume the additional title of Emperor of East Africa.

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TELEGRAPHIC, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XIV, Issue 2433, 5 June 1890

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TELEGRAPHIC Ashburton Guardian, Volume XIV, Issue 2433, 5 June 1890

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