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HOME ANITfoREIGN. [PER PKESS ASSOCIATION.] London, September 3, It appears the impersonation of Prince George of Wales by a midshipman was merely done as a hoax, and not with any criminal intent. Mr John Ward, Secretary of the New Zealand Colonisation Company, is dead. The "Times " favors McPhee's search for traces of Dr. Leichardt, the Australian explorer, m preference to a wildgoose Antarctic expedition. The Grand Lodge of England has recognised the Grand Lodge formed m Tasmania, but has refused & similar request of the Grand Lodge of New Zealand, because Masonic bodies of the colony had not agreed on the question. New York, September 3. The Central Single Tax League has been organised m New York. Henry George has declined to become a candidate for Congress,

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TELEGRAPHIC, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2510, 5 September 1890

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TELEGRAPHIC Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2510, 5 September 1890

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