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London, June 16 and 17. It is stated that Mr Matthews, the Home Secretary, is about to resign. Mr Jackson has replied to Sir A. Blythe, promising to arrange an interview between Mr Goschen and the Agents-General with,. regard t to. .cable matters. \ „ * ' ,'v >'.'/,'?* ,r The Prince of opposes the idea of holding an international exhibition ,in London, and the project will pro J bably be abandoned. ! . The Government-has .'accepted Mr Heneage's amendment declaring that the payment of compensation shall not create vested interest .in licenses. ' - The s.s. Duke .'of' Buckingham has p,rriv£dj all well,,at: S^" Vincent. 'The refrigerators have worked' well, ' and the frozen meat is in good condition.' [ In the House of Commons, Mr Dillon asked that; the practice of " shadowing " might be put a stop to. Mr Balfour said !it 'would be done provided he promised to abstain from intimidation. Mr Dillon said it was a brutal outrage, and if bloodshed occurred he would not be responsible: Mr Balfpur retorted that it would be swell if Mr Parriell did. jaot repeat the crimei upon* Which a stormy scene .ensued. Eventually Mr Balfour witbr drew the word " crime," and suth stituted .''boycotting and intimidation.". 'Messrs Dillon, O'Brien, and John Redmond go, on a tour through America id August. / > \ Berlin, June 17. ; „ Princess Victoria of Prussia is be^ {fbthed'td Prince Adolphe, son of the Prince of Schaumbourg-Lippe. •! <.'■ * i ' > St Petersburg, June 17. j It is reported that the Nihilists have undermined the palace at Gatschina, ; Numerous arrests have been made. ';. •

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HOME AND FOREIGN., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2444, 18 June 1890

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HOME AND FOREIGN. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2444, 18 June 1890

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