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TELEGRAPHIC. HOME AND FOREIGN.

[per press association.]

London, June 4 and 6. The captain and crew of the Dacca have arrived at Plymouth. " Truth" says that Prince George of Wales will be created Duke of Sussex shortly.

The personality of the late Marquis of Normanby has been proved at under £600.

Sir F. D. Bell denies the statement that he is parleying with France' and Germany for a reduction of cable rates.

At a meeting on the land question Mr Davitt defended Henry George against an attack made on his principles by Mr Gladstone. '

Paris, June 4. The Duke of Orleans intends to proceed to England after his release. He is at present at Basle; in Switzerland.

The Marquis of Mores, who was arrested in May on a charge of inciting the army to join the Anarchists,. has been sentenced to three months' imprisonment for sedition.

Toronto, June 4. Rogers oflers to make a match between O'Connor and Hanlan for a thousand dollars aside.

St. Petersburg, June 5. The Russian Government has decided not to demand the surrender of Kalopkoff, the Russian merchant, .who was found guilty of complicity in the Panitza conspiracy.

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TELEGRAPHIC. HOME AND FOREIGN., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XIV, Issue 2434, 6 June 1890

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TELEGRAPHIC. HOME AND FOREIGN. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XIV, Issue 2434, 6 June 1890

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