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The Convention of the Clan-na-Gael Society has been postponed, the alleged ground being a fear that exposures might be made injurious to Mr Parnell. General Sir J. Lintorn Simmons has been oil'ered the Governorship of the Cape. Letters fiom Ujija, on Lake Tanganyika, dated March, state that Stanley met Tippoo Tib returning to the East Coast of Africa with Emin Bey and his followers. Tippoo is expected at Zanzibar in October. Ringmaster is favorite for the Ascot Stakes. It is thought unlikely that Alexander Sullivan will be convicted of the murder of Dr Cronin at Chicago in the absence of legal proof. * Ex-President Grevy partially coniirms General Boulanger's statement as to the secret equipment of a French army reserve corps during the Schnaebell incident. Germany, Russia, Austria, and Italy have sent a joint demand to the Swiss Government to restrict the right of Anarchists to make the Cantons an asylum. The Republic is disposed to agree to the request. The marriage of Grand Duke Paul to Princess Alexandra of Greece has been celebrated at St. Petersburg with great pomp.
The Indian Government have received a request from Ayoub Khan for permission to visit Cashmere. The reason alleged is for the purpose of sport.
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YESTERDAY'S CABLES., Evening Star, Issue 7936, 18 June 1889
YESTERDAY'S CABLES. Evening Star, Issue 7936, 18 June 1889
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