HOME AND FOREIGN.
(Pliß I'RESS ASSOCIATION.)
Lovdon, June 11 to 12. • H. M. Stanley has been engaged to - ' give fifty lectures in the United States. . He will bo paid £13,000 for the tour. . The dockers presented • Cardinal Manning with.an. .address,and.^.,pjurse of sovereigns on the occasion of his silverjutfilee:; j \\/ [QV : The names of Sir Evelyn Wood and General Sir Frederick ..Roberts" "are mentioned in connectioil with tb.B succession ;fco Lord Wblseley as AdjutantGeneral. : ■ .' Madame Mclfoa will sing at a State concert on the 25th inst: ' ' "'■ ■■ The Postmaster-General in. a.letter to the Agents-Generaljstrondy'oppopea the abolition of the special' train for carriage of the Brindisi maiLs. ■_■'.>* \ Irish-American capitalists propose to . : establish factories in Ireland/^ which tenants who are evicted from holdings ; : will be employed. „.,, ; --'-'■'■; Mr AclandV amendment J*tho effect-that the surplus'be'expended on y education, instead of granting compen.sation to'publicans, wasrejectcd b/ 31. , The defeat of Mr; Acland's ftme&dment to expend the surplus ron educa-', tion instead of compensation * to publicans secures the main object of Licensing Bill, and the. C&vernment will appoint a Commission next session. to consider the licensing laws and the question of \< granting compensation to publicans. - i,., .-- '.- Dubious rumors are afloat that General Boulanger intends exploring Africa in the French interest. Paris, June 15. France has agreed to! formally .recognise Brazil/ "•>• i"*^l - - Lisbon, June .13. The Portuguese Chamber of Deputies has passed a: vote of confidence in the = •'..-;.,,/ .. r'.j-T :,;,-, B_BMiN, ; .Jun^fl^ The Ministry are^ endeaypnig^to break down the great opposition which is being manifested towards the German Army ! ißillj 1 aifd threaten to dissolve the Reichstag. — New York- June 13. .Kremmler, ; whose penteuoe^to, death bylplectrilpity-'," wgs recently c^ji&rmed, is reported to be.insane. Ji'" ' ; j; ' .W.ASHiN&TOXy; June.l 3. THe Senate has adopted an amendmeiitfo theySilyerJ BUIsK ThlS'final decision $s- to "be given on^Monday. . . "CHRisjiAsrA, June. 13. ■A' Coiiimittee !!of ll tfte^^Nbmgian . Parliament has declined-to n recommend the payment of a subsidy infakt" p&fDr Nahseri's r Arptic expedition. _^\ • ]"? > ... Cairo,. Junel.l3.* Reports;of the serious nature of the famine in .the Soudan Jcontinue ,to reach here, and: the: natives are said to be siifiering terrible .privation. Their only hope is an expedition being, sent to their aid;,." '"■'' • t.--''?-'-i;s».ny-r- ---. , St. John s, June ;13. The .NeVfoundiand ParUamehthave prepared an address to be preseniied to the Queen. Sir ; W. Whitewayj.who is to make the presentation, has left for LondonT ~~ ~"V~.^_-.- _^^i ;:"'" '
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TELEGRAPHIC., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2442, 16 June 1890
TELEGRAPHIC. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2442, 16 June 1890
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