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HOME AND FOREIGN.

[PEK PKESS ASSOCIATION.]

' London, September 15 and 16. I A report that Archbishop Walsh was to be created a Cardinal is denied. The " Spectator " advocates the establishment of diplomatic relations with Rome, which it thinks would enable Government to count on the support of the Irish, m the event of the separation of the Colonies. It is asserted that the Triple Alliance has been formally renewed. i The decree• dealing with slaves, said! to have been issued; at Bagamoyo by the Germans, is descredited m Germany. Lisbon. September 15. The Chamber'of Deputies, after a stormy Bitting, has referred the AngloPortuguese Convention to a Committee ■of the Courts. Major Pinto, m endeavoring to quiet the hissing of Ministers, became engaged m a hand to hand struggle with Senor Priestly, also a member of the Chamber. Washington, Sept. 15. News has been received confirming the capture of Moussa Bey, the Khurdish chief. Secretary Windoiii states that he is not alarmed at the financial stringency. The Committee of "Ways and Means dissent from the Senate's amendments .m M'Kinley's Tariff Bill. „ Bekne, September 15. The Provisional Government at Ticino has resigned »m fayour of the Federal Commissary despatched by the Federal Council. The Commissary has assisted m the formation of a composite Ministry.

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HOME AND FOREIGN., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2520, 17 September 1890

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HOME AND FOREIGN. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2520, 17 September 1890

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