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IRISH AFFAIRS

Mr Balfour, speaking at Newcastle, justified the use of batons by, the police upon Mr Harrison and others at Tipperary. TTo t?harge,d Mr Morley. v > who Tj^a also' present, with ; •jnoipreprqsenting the occur^^nce. ' He declared he preferr?t\ «o believe» the statements q| ihe poliqe to, -tho^v,,<jf Mr and;the jPariiellit<» %

QUEENSLAND BO^THOLDEKS. Tito "JSsmmsk" ws^ tfwt a

separation of Northern Queensland «■ granted Lord Knutsford must take steps to efficiently ensure the existing rights of bond-holders, who are materially interested. "'

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IRISH AFFAIRS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2548, 20 October 1890

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IRISH AFFAIRS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2548, 20 October 1890

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