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HOME AND FOREIGN.

[By Eutoißio Telegraph.— Cofybight.l [Per Press Association.)

THE NEW MAIL SERVICE. LONDON, July, 1. (Received July 2,1889, at 12.20 p.m.j

The new mail contract entered into by the Orient Steam Navigation Company provides for a nineteen-knot service between either London, Cherbourg, or Plymouth and Montreal or Halifax. The subsidy to be paid is LIOO.OOO per annum.

ANOTHER SUSPECTED MURDER. LONDON, July 1.

Cablegrams received from New York state that Dr John M'lnery ia missing, and it is believed that he has been lured to Tomoaha and murdered at the instigation of the Clan-na-Gael Society.

BRITISH REVENUE RETURNS. LONDON, July 1.

The revenue returns for the quarter ended June 30 exceed those of the corresponding quarter of 1888 by L 86.000.

ELUDING THE DETECTIVES. LONDON, July 1.

Latham, the absconding jeweller, who was arrested at Hobart and sent Home in the Coptic, eil'ected his escape while the steamer was at Rio de Janeiro.

THE SHAH. LONDON, July 1. The Shah of Persia has arrived in London.

IN TROUBLE AGAIN.

LONDON, July 1. Mr W. O'Brien, M.P., who was recently discharged from custody, |has been agayi arrested for a seditious speech delivered at Tipperary.

DR CRONIN'S MURDER. CHICAGO, July 1. The Grand Jury have indicted Patrick O'Sullivan, Burke, Cooney, Beggs, Cunge, Woodruffe. and Detective Coughlin for complicity in the murder of Dr Cronio. Their trial will take place this month.

GERMANY'S COLONIAL POLICY. BERLIN, JtLY 1.

Prince Bismarck, in a letter to Dr Fabri on the colonial question, said that the German Government cannot go beyond their original programme to establish a colonial staff so long as Parliamentary help is withheld. The welfare of the German colonies would not be promoted by the investment of capital as a commercial enterprise,

A SERIOUS CHARGE. PARIS, July 1.

In the Chamber of Deputies, M. Thevenet, member for the Rhone Department, produced letters which proved that General Boulanger was forging documents for the purpose of incriminating members of Government with the misappropriation of State moneys.

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HOME AND FOREIGN., Evening Star, Issue 7948, 2 July 1889

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HOME AND FOREIGN. Evening Star, Issue 7948, 2 July 1889

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