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HOME AND FOREIGN.

By Electric Telegraph. —Copyright.] (Per Press Association.]

THE GERMAN COLLIERS’ STRIKE. BERLIN, June 3. The strike among the miners of Bohemia ,ias now become general.

CALAIS HARBOR. PARIS, June 3. President Carnot opens the new harbor and decks at Calais to-day.

THE GERMAN ARMY. BERLIN, June 3. Emperor William has directed oil the German cavalry regiments to be armed with lances immediately.

THE LONDON VOLUNTEERS.

LONDON, June 3.

Lord Mayor Whitehead is appealing for L 85.000 as a public subscription towards equipping the London volunteers.

THE SUGAR COMMISSION. LONDON, June 3

Tho report of the Sugar Commission awaits the approval of the signatory countries.

THE EX-GOVERNOR OF THE CAPE. LONDON, June 3. Sir Hercules Robinson retires from the colonial service on his pension. Lord Knutsford has announced that ho is not prepared to support the policy sketched by Sir Hercules on leaving the Cape,

THE PANAMA CANAL. PARIS, June 3,

Four hundred of the largest stock-holders in the Panama Canal propose sending a Commission to Panama to devise means for saving the work, and stopping the wholesale robbery of material and plant that is going on.

THE PANSLAVISTS JUBILANT. ST. PETERSBURG, June 3. The Panslavist party are jubilant, and believe that the Czar’s recent speech portends a desire on his part for the reopening of the Eastern question. They commend the tone of the speech.

PEACE OR WAR?

VIENNA, June 3.

The Press of this city regard Prince Nicholas, of Montenegro, as a candidate, nnder Russian tutelage, for the Servian throne.

ST. PETERSBURG, June 3,

The ‘ Novoe Vremya ’ insists that the tone of the Czar, in proposing the health of Prince Nicholas, was perfectly consistent with peaceful intentions.

A RUSSO-FRANCO ALLIANCE. BERLIN, June 3,

The Press of this city evince uneasiness in regard to the invitation of France to enter into an alliance with Russia,

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HOME AND FOREIGN., Evening Star, Issue 7924, 4 June 1889

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HOME AND FOREIGN. Evening Star, Issue 7924, 4 June 1889

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