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TELEGRAPHIC

HOME "Aw D "FOREIGN.

[rEX. rituss association] ATTEMPTED INCENDIARISM. Mrltjouunk, Oclober 3Four deliberate attempts'were-made yesterday, to burn clown the Palace Hotel. A commercial traveller, named Kii'nber, was arrested for being illegally on the promises. Despite the statement cf the man that he entered the building where he was found m an intoxicated state, the Magistrate sentenced him to a year's imprisonment. . Notice of appeal was given. London, October 2. "Jack the Hipper" has repeated his warnings. The Dublin Court refused the application for an injunction to restrain ! the Tipperary Magistrate* from hearing the charges against' the M.P.'s, lately arrested, on the ground of prejudice. The cases have been adjourned till Friday. Paris, October 2. Alphonse Karr, the well-known novelist, is dead. Aden, October 2. Cholera has broken our here. St. Petersburg, October 3. The students of a University m St. Petersburg conspired clrectly it was re-opened. Fourteen arrests -were made. Zanzibar, October 2. Tho agent of the British East African Company has been deposed for insulting the German flag at Vatu. Sir F. de Winton, the Governor, apologised for the behaviour of the ugent, and it was accepted by the German authorities. ' Wakhixgtos, October 2. Congress Ims requested the President to negotiate with England and Mexico for the exclusion of Chinese.

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TELEGRAPHIC, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2535, 4 October 1890

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TELEGRAPHIC Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2535, 4 October 1890

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