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YESTERDAY'S CABLES.

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RES. Surprise, which was damaged in the collision with tho Vesta, and •went ashore off Syracuse has arrived at Malta. The Yesta sunk almost at once. No casualties occurred. Upon the Speaker ruling that the epithet “advertising politician” was in order, Mr Henniker-Heaton retorted that the Postmaster-General was “ the Right Hon. Bobby.” Mrs Robinson, wife of Phil Robinson, the war correspondent, lias been oranted judicial separation. ° A destructive fly is attacking tho hops in England. In consequence of its ravages tho market is becoming excited, and holders are withdrawing their stocks from sale. Mr R. T. Reid, Q.C., one of the counsel for the defence, produced four Land League memorandum books, including a cash book, which he stated had been found in the possession of Maloney, one of ‘The Times’ witnesses. The Commission will adjourn on Friday until June 18. Wheat is firmer, owing to the heavy rains which have fallen. Copper is firm at L 42. New Zealand frozen mutton is at 4|d. Lord Rosebery appeals to the pubhc to subscribe to the memorial tablet in honor of the late W. B. Dailey, of New South Wales. He proposes to limit subscriptions to one guinea. Mr Ingram, the Bow street Magistrate, refused to grant a summons against the Duke of Cambridge in connection with the alleged assault on a reporter, though he admitted the case seemed clear. He told the aggrieved reporter he should require to have a sworn information laid. The Russian police have discovered the existence of several secret societies aiming at the lives of the Imperial family. Perrin, the ex-soldier, who fired a blank cartridge at President Carnot, has been sentenced to four months’ imprisonment. Many points of difference have arisen among the delegates upon the Samoan question, and the sitting of the Conference is expected to be protracted for another fortnight yet.

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YESTERDAY'S CABLES., Issue 7920, 30 May 1889

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YESTERDAY'S CABLES. Issue 7920, 30 May 1889

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