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London, June 16. Sir F. D. Bell will represent England at the Brussels Tariff Conference. Admiral Tryon will command the attacking force in the naval manoeuvres this summer. Shaw, the well-known New Zealand runner, won the 120 Yai'ds Hurdle Race at the Civil Sarvice Sports. Mrs Saumarez Smith, wife of the newly appointed Bishop of Sydney, is dead. Miss Wiedman's action against Mr Walpole is being heard. She is conducting her own case. Sir Redvers Buller has been "appointed to succeed Lord "Wolseley as Ad j utant-General. The proof-sheets of Stanley's book have been stolen and hawked about for sale;; The publishers to whom they we're offered all declined'" ~' ■-'--•-■- Mr W. S. Came, M.P., the Unionist whip, is obtaining signatures to- an address to Lord Hartington, protesting against the payment of compensation to publicans. ; The " Morning Post" expresses surprise at Kirkham being entered for the 1 Ascot Gold Vase, and regrets the collapse of Mr White's plucky venture. Sx. Petersburg, June 16. Cholera is \ expected to- appear in Russia. . ..' .1 Ottawa, June 16, Another -Englishman is ; missing in Canada. Madrid, June 16. Cholera has broken out in Valencia, on the Mediterranean coast. Berlin, June 16 General yon Caprivi will accompany the Emperor on a visit to the Czar. - Brussels, , June 16. The " Independence Beige" states that Stanley has accepted the Governor-, ship of the Congo Free Siate. . Mexico, June 16. A report as-to. a, filibustering plot to invade Lower California is confirmed. The troops on the border are being reinforced. Vienna, June 16. The Austrian Government is doing its best to 7nimmise the effect of the ."Minister of "War's statement that the peace of Europe is insecure. Tho extra money voted will bo spread over several years and the army increased by fifty thousand men annually.
There is now to be seen in tho shop window of Messrs J. Scaly mid Co., East Btreet,- a collection of apples showing some of the sorts grown at the nurseries, Rivcrbank, that will repay inspection by any one who contemplates planting fruit planis. There are upwards of fifty different kinds shown, all valuable, long keeping sorts. For size," color, and general excellence they are by far the finest that have been shown in Asshburton. this season.—(Advt. Holloway'.s Ointmknt axd VjJjLS.— Rheumatism und rheumatic gout are the mobt dreaded of all diseases, uccausc their victims know that they arc safe at no season and at no age secure. Ilolloway's Ointment, after fomentation of the painful parts, gives greater relief than any other application ; but it must be dilligently used to obtain this desirable result. It has been highly com- j mended by rhucmaiic subjects of all ages and of both sexes, for rendering their attacks loss frcijuent and less vigorous, and for repressing the sour perspirations and soothing the nerves. In many cases Ilolloway's Ointi incnt and Pills have proved the greatest blessings in removing rheumatism and rheumatic gout which has assailotl persons previously radctft the prime of life j
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TELEGRAPHIC., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2443, 17 June 1890
TELEGRAPHIC. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2443, 17 June 1890
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