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Argentine Revolution.

[PER PRESS ASSOCIATION] Buenos Ayres, July 31. Owing to the fear of marauders every honse m the city is barricaded, and banks and shops remain closed. The feeling against Celman is intense, and it is feared an attempt will be made on his life if he adheres to his refusal to resign. Gold is quoted at a premium of 480, and payment of bills falling due has been deferred a month. The Minister of War has issued a bulletin pardoning rebel troops, and j stating 200,000 of the National Guard are ready to defend their country} The populace trampled . the bulletin" under foot. The outlook is still bad. It is stated that the rebek found cartridge boxes m the arsenal empty, though entered m the books as full. London, July 31. The latest news from Buenos Ayres says that business is being resumed.

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Argentine Revolution., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2480, 1 August 1890

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Argentine Revolution. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2480, 1 August 1890

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