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THIS TURF SCANDAL. LONDON, June 20, (Received June i~, 18S9. at 10 a.m.)
Sir Charles Russell, in his speech for the complainant before the Jockey Club, declared that the jockey Wood was the real owner, and Sherrard and Sir G. Chetwynd his servants.
A HORRIBLE PLOT.
LONDON, June 26,
Tho infernal machine discovered at Madame Tussaud's was sent to the establishment in a box. Suspicions were aroused, and the police sent for. They removed tho box, and found that the machine was arranged to explode when tho lid was opened. No clue has been obtained.
ANOTHER LONDON iJORROR. LONDON, June 26,
The mutilated body of a woman has been found in the Thames. It was slashed about in the same way as Jack the Ripper's victims, and it is supposed that he has reappeared.
SUICIDE OP A FEMALE NIHILIST, BUCHAREST, Junk 26.
A woman, who wslb despatched from Zurich on a mission to dynamite the Czar, has committed suicide here.
THE BOULANGISTS. PARIS, June 26,
The Government intend to appeal against the decision of the Angouleme magistrates, who merely inflicted a fine on MM. Deroulede and Laguerre, and let M. Laisbant off.
AN ALL POWERFUL COMBINATION.
VIENNA, Junk 26.
Count Kalnoky, in course of his speech to the Reichrasth, stated that in the event of Franco or Russia forcing on war, England and Turkey would join the Triple Alliance.
DR CRONIN'S MURDER. CHICAGO, June 2G. (Received Juno 27, 1889, at 12.15 p m.)
It is Btated that tho Committee of the Clan na-Gael tried Dr Cronin because he had accused Alexander Sullivan of malfeasance, as a pretence to enable him to expose tho working of the society and benefit Great Britain in the eyes of ' The Times '-Parnell Commission.
' THE TIMES'-PARNELL COMMISSION
LONDON, June '26,
Mr T. Sexton, M.P., is being examined by the Commission. He refuted Le Caron's statement that he had assisted Brennan to cscapo to America. Witness stated that he was unable to account for the missing funds of the Land League.
[Per Press Association. ) RETURN OF AN OLD COLONIST. LONDON, Junk 26. (Recuved Juno I", 18M), at 12 30 p.ni.j MrChilders intends to pay a visit to India and Australia in the autumn.
THE IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. LONDON, June 26. The Land Transfer Bill passed its third reading in the House of Lords by a narrow majority. MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL. LONDON, June 26. The English wheat market Bhows a general advance of Od ; tho Continental is changing for the better ; and the American market shows a geueral advance. The quantity of wheat and flour afloat for the United Kingdom is 1,512,000 quarters, and for tho Continent 215,C00 quarters. The American vinible supply is 16:'. million bushols.
Flunk of Now Zealand .shares are quoted at f.O 10a.
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