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TELEGRAPHIC

HOME AND FOI&lGN. I

(ISB, TEESS ASSOCIATION.)

. , London,; June 21. - The execution b£ the Sanfoan treaty has heen deferred, owing to local obstacles which are in the way. ■ Itt the House of Commons toniay, Mr J. H. Heaton enquired whether there was any truth in the/report that 1 a Scotch Peer was to succeed Lord Carrington as Governor of New South { Wales, and whether Sir Henry Parkes had been consulted in the matter. 5 . Lord George Hamilton, First Lord of Admiralty, and Sir James Fergus son, in reply to; Sir; Thomas Esmonde, said they did not intend to publish the papers in connection with the enquiry held at Sydney, 1 into Btfe. mutiny 6n ( board H.M.S. Egeria. \ St. Petebsbubg, June 22.; I Russia threatens to adopt ulterior measures unless the indemnity due by Turkey is promptly paid. She declinbe to wait for payment until November.; St. John's, June 23.1 V British owners refuse to close the lobster factories established on thej French shore. , , . \ .. j .' \\ \' ■■ k "■■ ;■-'. Pabis, June 23. ) A petition presented to the Chamber of Deputies by the shareholders in the Panama Canal Company, asking that proceejlirigs; be 'instituted against the 1 Directors of tho Company, has been referred to the Minister of justice. > Berlin, June 23. . TheAEniperoiV in addressing the Avorkmen at Krupp's manufactory at Essen/ in Rhenish Prussia, 1 announced that he ;• intended -io'!; persevere with his labor policy/ , h. '' '' '" .'

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TELEGRAPHIC, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2449, 24 June 1890

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TELEGRAPHIC Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2449, 24 June 1890

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