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HOME AND FOREIGN

[PBU MUSSB ASSOCIATION J

Loxnox, October 21. Sir Richard Burton, the well-known explorer, is dead. Mr Sheehy, M.P., has been committed, at Tipperary, to prison for a -week for contempt of Court. Both Mr Balfour, speaking at Dublin, and Mr Gladstone at Edinburgh, said the Irish question blocked every interest m Parliament, and it would be a calamity to postpone its consideration. Mr Gladstone denounced the shadowing of members at Tipperary, and the absence of Mr Balfour from Ireland. Suakim, October 21. The dervishes made a raid upon the neigborhood, and captured some cattle London, October 21. General Booth expects the colonies to aid his scheme for the reclamation of the masses by giving land.

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HOME AND FOREIGN, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2551, 23 October 1890

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HOME AND FOREIGN Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2551, 23 October 1890

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