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TELEGRAPHIC.

HOME AND FOREIGN. [per press association.] London, June 29. The East African agreement- has been ratified. In addition to Heligoland, England cedes Maria Island to Germany..; .-: ■■■ ";,;, \ •:-,/;."; !/■ The New Zealand Shipping Cqnipany's steamer Buckingham has arrived all well. Her cargo of frozen meat is m good condition. The R.M^S. Kaikoura left Plymouth yesterday for New Zealand. Londou, June 30. . Glennen, Secretary of the Belfast Union Building Society, has embezzled £35,000 of the Society's funds. Capetown, June 28. The New Zealand Shipping Company's steamer Duke of Westminster arrived to-day, and proceeds to the Mauritius, thence to New Zealand, Berlin, June 30, It is believed that Dr Kravel will be appointed German Minister to, Buenos Ayres, Dr Kayser replacing him m the Colonial Office. Paris, June 30. 'The Inspector of Finances has reported that the Credit Foncier is now m a sound position. ( * Brussels, June 30. The repudiation by Holland has further delayed the signing of the Slavery Conference Act. Rome, June 30. News has been received from the Red Sea that the Italian troops killed 100 dervishes at Dega, captured several cannon, and released many captives, including women and children. Vienna, June 29, •.j Prince Ferdinand of Bulgaria has arrived here. ; Sofia, June 29. Major Panitza was stripped of his uniform when led out to execution. He preserved an undaunted front to the last.

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TELEGRAPHIC., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2455, 1 July 1890

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TELEGRAPHIC. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2455, 1 July 1890

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