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London, June 23 and 24. Mr W. H. Smith, leader of th? House of Commons, has dropped thej publicans compensation clauses, and the tax is to accumulate pending legislation on the question, Prince Albert Victor, the eldest son of the Prince of Wales, who was recenty created Earl of Athlone,. and Duke of Clarence and Avondale, Itas taken his seat in the House of Lords. • The Central News Agency says, the statement that the Marqnis of Lothian's! name will be submitted to Sir Hi Parkes as Lord Carrington's successor isuntrue. . Sir:-W. Robinson- will? fill the governorship temporarily. ■.: ' Sportsmen' of "all I,ranks' haVie, pre^ sented Lord Durham with a testimonial in recognition of his. .valuable services in the direction of turf reform. . C f . '< |i In, reply,; to, .si <iuc.sr.ioii Sir Jame3' Fergusson stated that the Sultan of. Zanzibar had consented to a yrotecto-j rate if French rights in Zanzibar were npt affected. , , ( I In the House of Commons Sir; Michael Hicks-Beach said it was not intended to appoint colonial represent tatives upon the Committee to con r sider expiring treaties, of commerce, and that only representatives of British
cornnierciiil interests would be included.. ,;,^Sir N. E. Grant Duff, the Earl of Derby, Sir Sohn Lubbock and Mr J. .Anthony have a project on foot to establish a Colonial Quarterly Review [to uphold the federation propaganda.:; 'The first issue will, probably come out at Christmas, and the bulk of the; articles will be contributed by colonists residing in the colonies. , ■! In consequence of the diminished majorities secured by the Government on> the-licensing que^dttrMr'GaScTien, . Chancellor.,of the Exch«cpier/threatens tbresigri-office^u^fess't'hVWmps of the . .Government party v jefuse .dto^grant leave ■ of; absence^ .'ttjfsupporters while the measure is pending.- - - r' , f 'Replying !jto J-'a vquesiion f"A thft' House ( of Commons^ Sir, Sames Fejs gus'son' isiatecl f'tha,t k .^rd'Carringtbri will resign the „ Governorship of J&evr, ; in';.Nov^mbdr^Se^, and. his suCces^r! would fee appwht«d.'' He had nothing to-add to Lotd JKnuts- ■ ford's ae^tches^ofMyilasfe^, the ? question of consulting t^e colonies in h^ippoln'inien^mVe^ife.l^ ■. , - Sporadic^ Qhol^raljas appeared iiere. Bulgaria will, repudiate the soverof.^Turkey,<j^unleiS^r|ryince, Ferdinand/is-ifecdgniseAO -iol ■ I. , '■"*,., --- Major'Wissmatt considers tKei J3ettje"me'nt)agfeed; td"i^t'we ratf^Ge'rmknlc and 'Englatid m> re^rd irto/Ea^;lfto» is deathblow, f Germany inf^fnca. .In,, respo^d^'g, t t9hftftoJß3fFfs '* P l*: sented^ to him, .tcHdayjllignediby^OjOOO -Betliriera,''Prince Bismarck declared it -was impossible-for-himH»*"become » dumb dog, and he claimed the right to . speakjn the inteiiest of |peace, even if heTstood alonS. Tj I * ~
Constaiitinoplb, June 23. '♦ Jit'is repbr^d';the ,tt\iss4an Black Sea squadron wilt 0 nffike a demonstra- > ibion in r( Turkish" - watersn^o compliance-with, vote^ demanding the -recognition of Prince ;Eerdiriondiby the Porte.!i<?o'. ft 1
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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2450, 25 June 1890
TELEGRAPHIC. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2450, 25 June 1890
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