Home and Foreign. Henri Rochefort has been bailed out by Frank Harris, editor of the ‘Fortnightly Review.’ Gourka Palace at Warsaw has been undermined, The police in this city are aware that several bombs have reached St. Petersburg, and the Czar has been advised not to meet the Shah of Persia at the railway terminus on the occasion of his official reception here. The plot discovered against the life of the Czar is confined to the military, but it is believed that its ramifications are of the most extensive nature. The Czar has directed M. Durnovo, who recently succeeded the late Count Tolstoi as Minister of the Interior for Russia, to adhere inflexibly to the policy of reform proposed by the deceased statesman.
Sir Henry Parkes, Premier of New South Wales, intends to open up a correspondence shortly with the Premiers of the other colonies in order, if possible, to obtain concerted action by the whole colonies in respect to the Chinese question.
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YESTERDAY'S CABLES., Evening Star, Issue 7912, 21 May 1889
YESTERDAY'S CABLES. Evening Star, Issue 7912, 21 May 1889
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