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Br Eleotbio Telegraph—Copyright. ] [Special to Press Association.] A RADICAL OPINION. LONDON, May 30. The ‘ Echo ’ says that the proposal to place a monument in Westminster Abbey to the memory of the late Mr Dailey will he recording “ the slaughter of patriots.”
PREPARING. BUCHAREST. May 30 ; The fortifications of the city are being put in order.
HONORS DECLINED, LONDON, May 30,
Mr Archer, ex-Agent General for Queensland, intimated to the Colonial Office that be did not desire to be knighted.
‘THE TIMES’-PARNELL COMMISSION LONDON, May 30.
Mr Biggar admitted being a Fenian, but denied that he was a member of the Invinoibles, or had condemned the outrages perpetrated in Ireland.
THE GERMAN EMPEROR, BERLIN, May 30. The German Emperor will after all pay a visit to Strasburg.
THE FISHERIES DISPUTE, OTTAWA, Mat 30,
The British Columbian Press predict a rupture between Great Britain aad the United States over the Behring Strait fishery trouble. LONDON, Mat 30. The New York ‘ Herald ’ hopes that England's prompt action will induce the authorities at Washington to recede from their present position, and come to some arrangement with Great Britain, THE COPPER TRADE. LONDON, May 30. The output of copper is being limited, and it is expected that the result will be to raise the price to L 45. A DENIAL. NEW YORK, May 30. The leaders of the Clao-na-Gael Society deny the report that they have sentenced any persons to death on account of the Le Caron disclosures. (Per Press Association,] THE CLAN-NA-GAEL’S VENGEANCE. LONDON, May 30. _ Le Caron’s allusion to Dr Cronin in bis evidence before ‘The Times’-Parnell Commission led the Clan-na-Gael to try him for treachery. About a dozen persons are implicated in the sentence of murder that was pronounced against him. STAMPING OUT IMPURE LITERATURE. LONDON, May 30. Henry Vizitelly, the well-known publisher, has been sentenced to three mouths’ imprisonment for selling Zola’s works, though it was proved that they had been revised since he was last before the Court, when he was fined.
THE LIVERPOOL TRAGEDY. LONDON, Mat 30.
During the inquest on the body of Mr Meybrick a letter written by the accused to a Liverpool gentleman was produced, and its terms showed that her relations with him bad been of an improper nature, The inquest stands adjourned.
OUTBREAK OF CHOLERA. CALCUTTA, May 30,
Cholera is raging at Gangorn, in the Presidency of Madras. Fourteen hundred deaths are reported.
FRANCE AND RUSSIA. ST. PETERSBURG, May 30. The reception accorded to King Humbert during his visit to Germany has caused a reaction in this country in faver of France.
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