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TELEGRAPHIC

HOME AND FOREIGN.

(per press association.)

London, June 21 and 22. Sir Arthur Sullivan has offered Miss Amy Sherwin three years' liberal engagement in the "Gondoliers" and •' Ivanhpe " at the Savoy, Theatre.

In a letter to "The Times," Mr Henniker Heaton eulogises the enterprise shown by Queensland in reserving the right to establisn a penny post to Great Britain by the British India Steam Navigation Company's steamers.

The licensing clauses in the local taxation proposals of the Government will probably be withdrawn.

The Marquis of Salisbury has complained to Portugal, of the 'latter violating the status qUo, in the; Shire district by massing troops oh the banks of the Ruo river, i** At the Telegraph Conference in Paris: Sir Dillon Bell, on behalf of Sir Arthur Blyth, announced that the South Australian Government would refuse to grant any rebate on shipping 'cablegrams. The Agents-General arepressing the Imperial Chancellor of ( the Exchequer to agree to sharing the cable guarantee. , ' Sofia, June 21. The sentences passed on Major Panitza and other conspirators Have been confirmed, „ , New Yoek, June 21.. ;' A cyclone passed over the State ,of Illinois, wrecking many of the towns and. villages. Thirty I persons' were killed and numbers injured. Washington, June' 21. The House of Representatives has decided that the action of the Speaker in referring the Silver; Bill to the Coinage Committee, Joining to the..insertion of a money clause by'the Senate, was erroneous, and in consequences deadlock has arisen. \ , r.r, St. Johns, June ; 3l-. ■. A British warship has again ordered the closing of Baird's lobster factory in St. George's Bay. Baird refuses (to do so unless foroe is applied. \ .:', St. Peteksbtirg, Junei2l. Crowds of Jews are being expelled from,thei western provinces of Russia,, and seeking refuge in Austria. j Paris, June >21. The French Government decline: to discuss the question of the disposal of the Egyptian conversion surplus ;untU England has fixed the date of the evacuation of Egypt. > ' The King of Dahomey is suing for peace! '. „+ „ |

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TELEGRAPHIC, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2448, 23 June 1890

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TELEGRAPHIC Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2448, 23 June 1890

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