HOME AND FOREIGN.
[fed press, association.]
, Lp?rpo>% October 11, to; 13. Westgarth's circular, denounces,:the premature disclosures of impending It is reported here that British gunborats have entered'the Zambesi river without any opposition being offered by the Portuguese gunboats. The ship Wellington* bound to the colonies, came into collision with a. 'steamer m the-English Channel. Her boAvs were stove m, and she returned to London for rep» irs. Warrants have been issued against Messrs Dillon and O'Brien as abscondera. They embarked on a cargo steamer at Waterford, and caught the French mail steamer for the United States from Havre. Their sureties resist the efitreatment of bail, on the ground that new charges have been introduced into the case. The trial will proceed without the two escapees. ■■'A. woman belonging to the lower Whitechupel class asserts that Jack the Ripper hired a bedroom from her. >?he describes him as a young man of a superior clags., She saw portions of liver and brains, some, wedding rings, and blood stains m the room, and as soon as the man observed she had noticed them he bolted. This was on the day of the last murder.—[The woman who furnished particulars has since modified her statements, and little importance is now attached to them.] St. Petersburg, October 13. The Grand Duke Nicholas was suddenly attacked with madness during the army manoeuvres at VolhyniA, a Government of Western Russia. Affecting scenes took place, and the Grand Duke was placed under restraint by his physician, who considers, his case a hopless one.—[The Grand Duke Nicholas is the heir-apparent to» the Russian Throne: born May 18, 1868.] " *
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HOME AND FOREIGN., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2543, 14 October 1890
HOME AND FOREIGN. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2543, 14 October 1890
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