A NEWSPAPER SENSATION. PHIL ROBINSON AND THE SUNDAY TIMES.
A PRINCE'S FINANCES. I UNITED I'ttKSß ASSOCIATION.) (Eoccivcd May 19, 10.10 a m.) London, 17th May. Tho Sunday Times teoontly published an artiole attaoking the Prinoe of Wales' financial condition. Mi. Augustas Harris, the proprietor of the paper, explained to the Princo that the artiole was unauthorised, and summarily dismissed Mr. Phil Robinson, the editor, who alleges he wrote according to instructions. lie domands a year's salary, and threatens to buo for it, and call the Prinoe of Wales as a witness. Mr. A'Beokett, of Punch, has been appointed editor in Robinson's plaoe, and the paper publishes an abjeot auology for its remarks.
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A NEWSPAPER SENSATION. PHIL ROBINSON AND THE SUNDAY TIMES., Evening Post, Volume XLI, Issue 117, 19 May 1891
A NEWSPAPER SENSATION. PHIL ROBINSON AND THE SUNDAY TIMES. Evening Post, Volume XLI, Issue 117, 19 May 1891
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