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(Ev Eleotrto TKLEaBAPH.—COPYBKIHT,] [?ku Fresh Association.] A BYE ELECTION. LONDON, July 18. (Received July 19, 1889, at 12.25 p m.) Mr Butnois (Conservative) and the Hon. Leveson Gower (Gladstone Liberal) will contest tho Marylebone East seat, recently vacated by Lord Charles Beresford, PERSONAL. LONDON, Jcly 18. Wilkie Collins is improving in health. DEATH OF AN AERONAUT. LONDON, July 18. Mr Lennox, the aeronaut, who ascended in a balloon with the intention of descending by means of a parachute, has been killed at Manchester. His balloon collapsed, and be fell from a great height. THE SOUDAN CAMPAIGN. CAIRO, July 18. Colonel Wodehouse, who is at Adendan, reports the heat to be excessive, but the health of the troops continues good. Large numbers of deserters from the enemy have arrived at his camp. DISAPPEARANCE OP A DIPLOMAT. CONSTANTINOPLE, July 18. Mr Edmund D. V. Fane, Secretary of the British Embassy here, is missing. He left Brouss, a town situated at the foot of Mount Olympus, in Asia Minor, on a mountaineering expedition, and is supposed to have been captured by brigands.
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