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HOME AND FOREIGN.

[By Electric Telegraph.— Copyright.] |Teu Press Association.)

NATAL. LONDON, June IG. The Vulcan, the new torpedo dep.'.t, has been launched. A VESSEL BURNT. LONDON, June ifi. A recent arrival reports passing the barque Staffa on lire, she having been abandoned in the Atlantic. MR PARNELL AND THE FREEDOM OF EDINBURGH. EDINBURGH, Junk 10. The Senior Magistrate will, in the Lord Provost’s absence, perform the ceremony of conferring the freedom of the city on Mr Parnell. MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL LONDON. June Hi. Three months’ hills, 2 h per cent. Tallow : Medium mutton, 25s ; beef, 24s Cd. The English wheat market is lifeless, hut tho American has changed a little for the better, while the Continental remains depressed. Colonial beans average 38s. OPERATIC. PARIS, June 16. Madame Melba sings at a State concert on tho 28th inst. She scored a signal success iu ‘Romeo and Juliet,’ being thrice recalled for her share of tho balcony duet. THE SAMOAN CONFERENCE. BERLIN, Junk 10. The Government of Samoa will be shortly invited to declare their adhesion to the Treaty agreed to by the Conference. Several of its provisions will, however, operate before it is ratified. THE BOU LANG IST PROSECUTIONS. PARIS, June 16. The Examining Committee of the Senate have forwarded to the Public Prosecutor a report of their proceedings, and urge that further action should be taken against the Boulangists.

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HOME AND FOREIGN., Issue 7935, 17 June 1889

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HOME AND FOREIGN. Issue 7935, 17 June 1889

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