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i [per pkkss association.] ; . London, November 3 and 4. . Herr Cederkranz, the newly appointed Chief Justice of Samoa, has arrived in London and will shortly leave'lor Samoa. W Patrick O'Brien, M.IP, for TipperaryJ^prth, has been imprisoned for contempt of Court in photographing by means of a detective camera a witness who was giving ovidence in the Tipperary cases. , 'San Francisco, November 4. A, disastrous fire has taken place here, and damage done to the extent of a million . and a half dollars. The Burlington Grand Hotel was among j the premises destroyed. Irifonriation. has reached here that Sister Rose Gertrude has abandoned the leper station at Mplokai, and taken; a situatipn aa governess in Honolulu. Vibnna, November 4. It is feared here that the Archduke John^ has been drowned during ,a voyage he was making to "Valparaiso. Amsterdam, November 4. ■The Duke of Nassau has accepted the Regency of the Netherlands on condition that the position is permanent until the coining of age of tljo heiress presumptive. „ ' Lisbon, November 4.. - It is asserted that a modtis vivenai between Portugal and Great Britain has been arranged on the basis of the freedom of the Zambesi. ! Athens, November 4. i M. Delyaiinis has succeeded in forming a Ministry. He asserts he will pursue a pacific policy. Paris, November 4. An official enquiry made into the reported failure of the French beet crop proves the statement to have been largely exaggerated.

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TELEGRAPHIC, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2562, 5 November 1890

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TELEGRAPHIC Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2562, 5 November 1890

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