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YESTERDAY’S CABLES.

Home and Foreign,

Tho Bight Rev, Dr Temple, Bishop of London, has appealed against the decision of the Court of tho Queens Bench ordering him to rehear tho charges in connection with the reredos dispute at St. Paul’s Cathedral. Dr M'Lawin, of Sydney, and Sir Saul Samuel are endeavoring to arrange a system of reciprocal treatment by the medical men of New South Wales and of Great Britain.

‘ The TimosV Berlin correspondent states that Germany will not insist on chastising Mataafa, and that the American delegates fear the ultimate political predominance of Germany in Samoa. News has reached here to the effect that Stanley arrived at Urari, on the Victoria Nyanza, on the 2nd December, with his following much reduced by starvation and fighting. _ Re thereupon turned back and rejoined Emin Bey at TJngara. It is thought Stanley intended to proceed to the Insalala provision dep6t. There is a general impression that for the sake of concord the United States will agree to nominal damages being conceded to Germany by Samoa. The ‘Vossiche Zeitung’ (Berlin) states that Russia has ordered 4,000,000 boots to be supplied immediately, and is storing provender on the western frontier ; and that General Gourko, Governor of Warsaw, has submitted a scheme for the fortification of the frontier of Poland at a cost of 30,000,000 roubles, which is to be put in hand at once. The paper makes a further statement to the effect that Russia intends to increase her artillery. A terrible railway accident is reported from County Armagh, where two excursion trains laden with 1,200 Methodist Sunday-school children collided. One of the trains was derailed while ascending an incline. The fore part, consisting of an engine and several carriages, ran back into the remaining carriages of the train. It is estimated that about 100 wore killed and another 100 injured.

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YESTERDAY’S CABLES., Issue 7933, 14 June 1889

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YESTERDAY’S CABLES. Issue 7933, 14 June 1889

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