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TELEGRAPHIC

HOME AND FOREIGN

[per press association]

London, September i 9 to 20. The President of France will probably pay a visit to her Majesty m the spring. The marriage of Lord Brassey to the youngest daughter of Viscount Maiden was celebrated to-day. At the Edinburgh Exhibition, Messieurs Burgoyne were awarded a diploma of honor and gold medal for Australian wine. The ship Beecroft, bound from Sweden to Melbourne, is ashore on the Orkney Islands. The " Economist," m commenting on eleven Queensland mines recently floated into companies with a capital of £2^684,000, warns investors against ventures which are unprovided with a fair working capital. Lisbon, September 19. The Cabinet having resigned, King Dom Carlos has summoned the Council of State to discuss the position. Suakim, September 20. It is rumored that Osman Digna, the leader and commander of the dervish foi'ce, has been drowned. Capetown, September 20. The Cape of Good Hope Bank has suspended payment. New York, September 20. A freight and coal train collided m Pennsylvania, and while the line was blocked the Roading America passenger train dashed into them. Several of the passenger carriages fell over into the river, and fifty passengers were killed. Eight other persons were injured. ;

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TELEGRAPHIC, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2524, 22 September 1890

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TELEGRAPHIC Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2524, 22 September 1890

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