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TELEGRAPHIC, Issue 7912, 21 May 1889
HOME AND FOREIGN. [By Ele'otei’o Telegraph. —Copyright. ] [Per Press Association.] THE KING OF ITALY. ROME, May 20. King Humbert has set out on his visit to the Emperor of Germany, THE GERMAN COLLIERY STRIKERS. BERLIN, MAy 20. Prince Bismarck, referring in the Reichstag to the strike among the colliers, announced that the Government would take measures to prevent a minority from paralysing all industry. PERSONAL, LONDON, May 20. Sir Hercules Robinson has arrived here. THE CHESS TOURNEY. NEW YORK, May 20. It is now probable that Weiss will win the international tournament by half a point. Tchigorin is second, Gunsburg third, and Blackburn fourth. OBITUARY. LONDON, May 20. The death of Mrs Dallas Glyn, the actress, is announced. DOCTORS BROUGHT TO ACCOUNT. LONDON, May 20. The coroner has decided that the autopsy of the late Irving Bishop was illegal without the consent of the deceased’s relatives, The three doctors who made the pod mortem have been arrested. THE POPE. ROME, May 20. His Holiness the Pope has recovered. BISMARCK’S ADVICE. BERLIN, MaV 20. Prince Bismarck urged the Reichstag to pass the Workmen’s Insurance Bill promptly, remarking that the Chamber might have very different things to do next year, AQUATIC. LONDON, May 20. Wallace Ross, who is on a visit to this country, has issued a challenge to Laycock, A BANKRUPT SPENDTHRIFT. CONSTANTINOPLE, May 20. The Sultan has presented the Emperor and Empress of Germany with presents worth L 70,000. AN ARISTOCRATIC POISONER. NEW YORK, May 20. Mrs Maybrick, who is held to answer a charge of poisoning her brother-in-law, is a niece of Jefferson Davis, the ex-Confederate President, THE CZ ARE WITCH. ST. PETERSBURG, May 20. The Czarewitoh has been appointed a member of the Grand Council of the Empire. THE KING OF THE SANDWICH ISLANDS. SAN FRANCISCO. May 20. It is announced that King Kalakaua will leave Honolulu shortly on a visit to the Paris Exhibition. EXHIBITION FESTIVITIES. PARIS, May 20. The representatives of the American Republic have given a banquet in honor of the French Government. TO BE ELECTRICALLY CUT OFF, NEW YORK, May 20, Komier, the murderer, is to be executed electrically in this city on June 24,
TELEGRAPHIC, Issue 7912, 21 May 1889
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