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(By Eleotbio Telegraph.—Copyright.] [Feb Press Association. J ANOTHER~PRINCE. LONDON, May 21. The Princess Beatrice has been confined of a son. THE TASMANIAN LOAN. LONDON, May 21. The quotation of the Tasmanian loan has been deferred. AN ARMY SCANDAL. LONDON, May 21. Colonel Maitland, Director-General of Ordnance at Woolwich, has compulsorily resigned his post and been removed from membership at the Army and Navy Club. It is alleged that he has been guilty of acts of an immoral and depraved character. A LITTERATEUR'S DOMESTIC TROUBLES. LONDON, May 21. The wife of Phil Robinson, the wellknown war correspondent, is suing him for divorce. She alleges that he forced her to swallow morphia, producing insanity, for which Ghe was confined in an asylum, TRUE TO THEIR INSTINCTS. LONDON, May 21. The House of Lords by a large majority rejected the Earl of Meath's Bill to qualify women to sit as members of county councils.
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HOME AND FOREIGN., Evening Star, Issue 7913, 22 May 1889
HOME AND FOREIGN. Evening Star, Issue 7913, 22 May 1889
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