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TELEGRAPHIC

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[per. prbss association.] London, August 26. It is reported a revolt has occurred m Honolulu, and that King Kalakau has been driven into axile. Potato blighjj ha,s spread over- the whole of the, south, of Ireland.. Rain has injured the hay crop, and; smut the wheat. Mr Billon,, speaking at; limerick, declared' ijha,^ bovcert'tfog was a war of the vv^i'jaiwl against terrible oppression, a.nd was effective when wisely used, to vindicate their rights and achieve justice, without Avhich the cause of Ireland would not be advanced. He defended himself against Bishop O'Dwyer's charges. ]\ft\v Ofßrien denounced the Bishop &s a supporter of landlords. Bishop O'Dwyer, m a letter to the j " Freeman's Journal, says the multi- ! tude. are incapable of judging, properly. jHe denou^9«s bpycottmg, and insists qn, obed-iettce, to. the. Popsv Kew. York, August 26. Guatemala, and San Salvador have signed terms of peace. Rome, August 25. During the Italian Army manoeuvres batteries of artillery were firing for half-an-hour with, smokeless powder witliout their posity^ being, observed. Be&ijn, August 25. The Emperor oi Germany has arrived at Memel. He is strongly impressed with Russia's desire for peace.

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TELEGRAPHIC, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2502, 27 August 1890

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TELEGRAPHIC Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2502, 27 August 1890

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