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THE CZAR AND HIS ENEMIES. ST. PETERSBURG, Mat 28. (Received May 29,1889, at 2 p.m.) The Czar, out of gratitude for his escape from injury during the railway accident at Borki, has pardoned the officials of that district.

THE CHESS TOURNEY, NEW YORK, May 28. Weiss and Tchgorin, having again played a drawn game, agreed to divide the stake.

THE GERMAN-ITALIAN ALLIANCE. BERLIN, May 28. King Humbert, on leaving Frankfort, said that the Germans and Italians are now members of one family.

NEW POSTAL REVENUE. LONDON, May 28. Postmaster-General Raikea is considering offers to advertise on the backs of postage stamps. ISpecial to Press Association. | THE PANAMA CANAL. PARI3, May 28. The Panama Canal bonds are not being issued. FRANCE AND ITALY. ROME, May 28. Premier Crispi, en being interviewed, said that he is confident of the defensive strength of Italy, and is careless of the hostility of France. He stigmatises General Boulanger as a charlatan. PARIS, May 28. The Press demand the Government not to renew any reciprocal commercial treaties with Italy.


It is reported that the Clan-na-Gael have sentenced five persons to death, including Dr Cronin and Major Le Caron, on account of the disclosures made by the latter in the course of his evidence before ' The Times' • Parnell Commission.


CHICAGO, May 28.

Dr Cronin's funeral was attended by 7,000 persona. Further arrests have been made in connection with hiß murder.

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HOME AND FOREIGN., Issue 7919, 29 May 1889

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HOME AND FOREIGN. Issue 7919, 29 May 1889

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