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[By Electric Telegraph.— Coiykioht.J [Per Press Association.!

A RACING SCANDAL. LONDON. June 10, Sir Henry James has opened the Chet-wynd-Durham case.

A ROYAL VISIT TO INDIA. LONDON. June 10. Prince Albert Victor will pay a visit to India shortly.

HONORING A MARTYR’S MEMORY. LONDON, June 10. Iho Archbishop of Canterbury, Cardinal Manning, Bishop Temple, Dr Vaughan, Mr Spurgeon, Air Gladstone, Mr John Morley, the Marquis of Partington, and Lord R. Churchill arc members of a committee that has been appointed to erect a memorial in London to the memory of the late Father Damien,


The secret treaty agreed to by the Czar and the Shah provides for the dominance of Russian military influence in the Shah’s dominions, and that no concession is to be granted to any other Power without the consent of the Czar.


NEW YORK, June 10.

The inquiry into the cause of the bursting of the reservoir at Johnstown resulted in a verdict of “Criminal negligence” being returned against the owners of the reservoir, who have received several letters threatening their lives. Pestilence has been averted, but the funds for the relief of the sufferers are inadequate.

[Special to Press Association. |


Captain Woodward, of H.M.S. Duke of Wellington, lias been arrested for contempt of Court in refusing to produce, as ordered, the seaman Thompson under writ of habeas . The latter, it will be remembered, was wrongfully sentenced for having deserted from the Calliope.

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HOME AND FOREIGN., Issue 7930, 11 June 1889

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HOME AND FOREIGN. Issue 7930, 11 June 1889

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