HOME AND FOREIGN.
[By Electric Telegraph. —Copyright.] [Per Press Association.]
PARIS, July 4.
(Received July 5, 1889, at 12.30 p m.)
Disgraceful scenes have taken place in th Chamber of Deputies, owing to tho allega tion that M. Ronvick is implicated with some relatives in blackmailing. The Government have been obliged to promise that a judicial inquiry shall be instituted.
FATAL EXPLOSION. PARIS, July 4. By an explosion in a fireworks factory in Paris eighteen persons have been killed.
GRANTS FOR TEE ROYAL FAMILY. LONDON, July 4.
Mr W, H. Smith has announced his intention of moving for a committee to report on the principle that should govern the settlements on members of the Royal Family.
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