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Lonhon, Aug. 25. Lord Salisbury, m reply to an interpellation from the Porte, declares that it is premature to discuss the evacua-1 tion of E«ypt by the British, A meeting at Limerick, attended by 30,000 people, passed a vote of confidence m Mr Dillon as against Bishop O'Dwyer. The " Observer " states that Portugal has offered the Delagoa Bay District to the Transvaal for five millions. It is reported that a thousand deaths from cholera have occui'red m China and Japan. Duiiban, Apg. 25. Cholera, has appeared m Natal. St P#teksbvk«. August 25. The interview between the Czar and
the Emperor of Germany was of a cordial character. At a farewe quet the two monarchs mutually pledged each other's health. Paris, August 25. The influenza has appeared again here, and also m Vienna. Rome, Aug. 25. The Pope has written to Cardinal Manning expressing regret at the death of Cardinal Newman. New Yokk, August 25. Advices from Central America report that the San Salvador troops repulsed a Honduras force, numbering 4000, after five hours fighting, with heavy slaughter. Buenos Ayrks, August 25. Fresh outbreaks are reported m the Argentine provinces.
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HOME AND FOREIGN., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2501, 26 August 1890
HOME AND FOREIGN. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2501, 26 August 1890
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