New York, August 2. The outrages m San Salvador have been suppressed. Lisbon, August 2. The commander of the Portuguese vessel which seized a British steamer at Mozambique has been cashiered. Buenos Ayres, August 4. Dr Celman intimates his intention j of resigning the Presidency, and j claims to have been the saviour of the people. A compromise has been effected m the formation of a new Cabinet. Berlin, August 1 In the Reichstag Herr Wahcrichten asserted that Count Waldersee recently advised the Government to declare •war against Russia. The latter at once denied the assertion, but Herr Wahcrichten re-affirmed his remarks. St. Petersburg, August 2, A Russian loan of sixteen million roubles is announced. The Czar is said to be willing to accept Prince Waldemar, the youngest son of the King of Denmark, as Prince of Bulgaria. The subject may possibly be settled at the coming interview between the Czar and Emperor of Germany.
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TELEGRAPHIC, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2483, 5 August 1890
TELEGRAPHIC Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2483, 5 August 1890
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