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HOME AND FOREIGN.

(By Elboteio Tblegeaph.—Coptbioht.) [Special to Pbess Association. J

‘ THE TIMES’-PARNELL COMMISSION, LONDON. June 27. (Received Juno 28,1850, at 10 a.m.)

Before the Commission, Mr Sexton defended what he termed conscientious Pcnianism. Ho had refrained from joining the Fenian Society himself, as he was not prepared to surrender his freedom of action.

SPORTING. iAJNUON, Junk 27

The Northumberland Plate of 1,000 sovs resulted as follows Drizzle 1, King James 2, St, Martin’s 3.

A SENSATIONAL EPISODE OF THE TURF SCANDAL. LONDON, June 27, Wood, the jockey, fainted in Court to-day, and is now in a dangerous condition.

BREAK UP OF A BOULANGIBT MEETING.

LONDON, June 27.

At a meeting of Boulanger’s adherents M.M. Laguerre and Nuquet were present. Some of the speakers got excited, a mike ensued, and the room was cleared.

OBITUARY. LONDON, June 27. Mr W. H. R. Powell, member for Gar marthen, is dead.

CONFLICT BETWEEN THE POLICE AND THE SALVATIONSTS,

LONDON, June 27.

A thousand reformed prisoners belonging to the Salvation Army, under the leadership of Mr Herbert Booth, were marching in procession along tho Stand, when they came in contact with the police. A riot ensued, which ended in several arrests being made, after injuries more or less had been inflicted on both sides.

COLONISATION OF AFRICA. LISBON, June 27. Portugal has cancelled the concessions to the Delagoa Bay Railway Company.

A NEW CLAIMANT FOR THE FRENCH THRONE. PARIS, June 27. Don Carlos has put himself forward as a claimant for the throne of France.

THE CLAN-NA-GAEL. CHICAGO, June 27. The tribunal of the Clan-na-Gael, which sat in judgment on Dr Cronin, has been disbanded and its records destroyed.

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HOME AND FOREIGN., Evening Star, Issue 7945, 28 June 1889

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HOME AND FOREIGN. Evening Star, Issue 7945, 28 June 1889

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