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ATTEMPT TO KILL THE CZAR.

[per pkbss association.]

London, April 3,

Tho '-Daily Chronicle" states that an attempt was made on the life of the C/,;u\ and was partially successful. It adds that it is not known whether he was poisoned or wounded. It is reported that His Majesty is now suffering from fainting fits.

St. Petersburg, April 3,

Many hundred additional arrests of students have.been made for demanding the restoration of privileges. The action the authorities have taken in regard to the matter has aroused the.indignation of ihe populace, and there is intense excitement throughout the country. A rising of the peasantry has taken place at Kisman, but it was suppressed after a good deal of fighting and bloodshed. A rebellion of the peasantry in Finland is feared.

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ATTEMPT TO KILL THE CZAR., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 2393, 5 April 1890

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ATTEMPT TO KILL THE CZAR. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 2393, 5 April 1890

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