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(Ht Elkotrio Tbi.e<iraph.—Copyright.] [Special to I' Association.]

THE TURF SCANDAL. LONDON, June 25. (Received June 20,1859, at 10.30 a.m.)

The Earl of Durham, during his evidence before the Jockey Club, reiterated his charges of swindling and perjury against Sir G. Chetwynd, and accused Wood the jookey of being in complicity with him. THE ARMAGH RAILWAY ACCIDENT. LONDON, .Tone 2. r ). The officials who were arrested in consequence of the disastrous railway accident in Armagh are now being tried. THE BOULANGIST LEADERS. PARIS, June 25. Deputies Deroulede and Laguerre, arrested at Angouleme on June 14, have been fined, M. Laissant, arrested at the same time, was acquitted.

THE EMPEROR FRANCIS'S SPEECH. VIENNA, June 25. The Emperor of Austria's speech at the meeting of the Delegations has depressed the Continental Bourses.


The Cesarewitch passed through here without visiting the Emperor. The Cologne 'Gazette' says hia behaviour is evidence of the estrangement between Germany and Russia.

THE CZAR ILL-TEMPERED. ST. PETERSBURG, June 25. The Czar publicly snubbed the Italian Ambassador here on the ground of his having displayed German sympathies.

AN UNEASY FEELING. VIENNA, June 25. (Received Juno 2G, 1889, at noon).

Tfao Emperor of Austria privately assured the Delegations that he did not believe the peace would be disturbed. The Press and public, however, consider the situation too disquieting for peace to be assured, but that there is no immediate prospect of a rupture.

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HOME AND FOREIGN., Issue 7943, 26 June 1889

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HOME AND FOREIGN. Issue 7943, 26 June 1889

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