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$Ver trbsk association.] Lonoon, August 5. Extensive precautions ate being taken m Egypt and France against the spread of cholera. lieplyingto a question m the House of Commons, Sir James Ferguson stated fchat the interests of Cape Colony we not affected by the agreement with Portugal as to the territory to the south of Zambesi. He added that Sir Henry Loch, Governor of that colony, had been consulted on the matter. Guatemala, August 5. 'Die success of the San Salvador feroofiis still continues, and they have won four more battle*. The safety of the city 5 s embuigered. Capetown, August 5. The English iyssj.denfcs and Boevs jointly contribute to ihv. limitation ■which is taking place for the ex4wsjort .of Chinese from the Gape. intelligence is to hand i'l'oni Preto»'m i,iiflt the populace oppose the Sw;^ y.il»»(i convention, and also that there m stvm-g opposition to it iii the Volknimjwl (pai^W»ent). Ayp.h» ? August, 5. I.)urimr the i"proiatjon the British S.ruMttf-on protc-tpd the i worsts of the CJoruiHii residents us well .-is tiwwft of tlie English.
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HOME AND FOREIGN., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2485, 7 August 1890
HOME AND FOREIGN. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2485, 7 August 1890
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