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HOME AND FOREIGN.

[per press association.]

' London, August 14 and 15. The strikes inSouth-Wal.es have been settled. Another firm of lawyers has declined to act m Mrs O'Shea's divorce case. The Board of Trade returjis show that there were 91 strikes during July —a worse state of things than a year aS° .... A Chemical Union lias been formed witli a capital of eighty million ingA hundred and fifty of the Grenadier reserves have been ordered to Bermuda. Tlie War Office state they have been sent to infuse loyalty into the younger soldiers. There are indications that a silver ring will be formed m America before Christmas. Hemy George states that Imperial federation is quite out of the thoughts of Australians, and their loyalty would not be worth sixpence if subjected to a strain. The personal property of the. late D.uke of Manchester has been sworn at under £76,000. j ; " ■-. :" > < New York, August 15. Twenty-five thousand barrels of whisky were burned m a fire at a Kentucky distillery. . Erzeroum, August 14. ■■: There is a panic m Armenia over the military preparations of the Turkish Government. Berlin, August 14. The Emperor has sailed for Memel, on his way to St. Petersburg. St Petersburg, August 14. Cholera has made its appearance at NicolaufF, m Southern Russia.

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HOME AND FOREIGN., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2493, 16 August 1890

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HOME AND FOREIGN. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2493, 16 August 1890

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