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(By Electric Telegraph—Copyright. ) [Special to Press Association.) AQUATIC, LONDON, July 11. (Received July 12, 1869, at 12.15 p.m.) Bubear has challenged Matheson to row him, A DISQUIETING RUMOR. LONDON, July 11. Reports are current that Servia is menacing Bulgaria, COLONIAL TITLES. LONDON, JvtY 11. Baron De Worms, in reply to a question in the House of Commons, said that no change had been made in the regulations respecting the use of the title " Honorable,” but the regulations would be more rigidly enforced than in the past. DISAPPEARED. NEW YORK, July 11. The efforts made to trace Dr John MTnery have failed. Another doctor, named Clarke, is missing. THE DERVISHES ENTRAPPED. CAIRO, July 11. Colonel Wodehouse is at Dendan and General Grenfell at Assouan. The Dervishes are hemmed in between their forces, and a decisive battle is imminent. [Per Press Association, COMMERCIAL, LONDON. July 11, Sugar is declining. FATAL RAILWAY COLLISION. BUCHAREST. July 11. By a railway collision near this city fifteen persons were killed and many injured.
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HOME AND FOREIGN., Evening Star, Issue 7957, 12 July 1889
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