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TELEGRAPHIC

HOME AND FOREIGN.

London, October 10, New Zealfiml receives only a few diplomas at, the Mining Exhibition. Messrs Wostgarth and Co., held ft million of the last. Victorian loan, and it is considered bopelea* to float another Australian loan, for a lengthened period. The hospital at Bermuda is filled with men of the Grenadier Guards, wick with enteric fever. Several hare died, and it has been found necessary to omit the custimary filing over the graves, owing to the depressing.,effect on the patients. „ , v' The prospectus of the GiffarjiLGun Company is issued. Capital, a quarter of a million. Laurier, the leader of the Canadian Liberal Party, asserts that the only salvation for Canada is unrestricted reciprocity with the United States. The Opposition intend to fight thej next election on this issue, and are confident of success. Rome, October 11-M His Holiness the Pope has summoned the Irish Hierarchy to Rome iv November. Paris, October 9. Madame Melba's representation of "Ophelia" was received here with tumultuous applause. New York, October 10. Rub© Burrows, the notorious train robber and murderer m America, has been shot while attempting to escape from custody, after killing a railway guard and fatally wounding another person. Vienna, October 10. A report is current here that while the Czar of Russia was hunting m,the forest of Skienerviee a dynamite shell exploded and his Majesty was wounded m the foot. The report adds that several of his suite, including the German General Werder, were also injured. The Russian account of the afiair states that the Czar was. not among the hunting party, and that his physician accidentally shot General Werder. ',<

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TELEGRAPHIC, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2541, 11 October 1890

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TELEGRAPHIC Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2541, 11 October 1890

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