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DEATH OF THE ARCHDUKE RUDOLPH.

BUMORS OF SUICIDE, (IB TBXBB ABSOOIATIOir.) Lokdor, January SL Telegrams from Vienna as to the cause of the death of Prince Bndolph are being suppressed by the Austrian Government. Vzehka, January 31. Persistent reports are current that Prince Rudolph committed suicide. The " Nieue Freie Presse," one of tht leading political and commercial papers, lias been seized by the authorities for publishing a description of deceased's tody. VnsHNA, F.broary 1. Still another rumor is mentioned as to 4e cause of the death of Prince Rudolph. It is said that he took a lady into bis chateau, where he was followed by the enraged husband who shot him dead. The funeral will take place on the sth mit, but no foreign princes will attend. It is alleged that the post mortem examination showed that the cause of death . was paralysis of the heart, the result of An attack of rheumatism. (Reetlred February 1, 12.32 p.m.) Lokdok, February 1. It is officially announced m the «*Yienna Gazette " that Prince Rudolph committed suicide with a roToker. He ahot himself m the head.

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DEATH OF THE ARCHDUKE RUDOLPH., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2053, 2 February 1889

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DEATH OF THE ARCHDUKE RUDOLPH. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2053, 2 February 1889

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