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Home and Foreign.

In consequence of his cross-examination (which was postponed for the production of certain documents) not being completed, Mr PamelPs attendance before the Commission has- been made compulsory. Lord Harris, in the course of a speech in the House of Lords, averred that if Mr Parnell lent his assistance to the detection of criminals he would lose his influence at once. Count Walrlerace, Chief of 'the German Staff, denies the statement that he advised the Emperor to engage in an early war with Russia. m The charges against Boulanger arc considered extremely weak. Servia nas given Bulgaria pacific assurances. " Jack the Ripper " recently informed the police that he would begin operations again in duly, and the recent murder in Whitechapel is consequently attributed to him. The woman was about forty years of age. She has not yet been identified. The clothes round the abdomen were gashed, but the body was intact. Her throat was cut. The murderer had evidently been disturbed at his ghastly work and fled. A constable passed the spot five minutes previously. Two hundred police now form a cordon round the district.


la the New South Wales Legislative Assembly last evening, the Premier stated there were over 100 recidivistes in New South Wales alone. The Government had communicated with the Imperial Government, requesting the latter to approach France on the subject. He intended to introduce a severe Bill to stop the influx of criminals from New Caledonia. Sir Edward Strickland, a New Zealand veteran, died at Sydney yesterday.

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YSTERDAY'S CABLES., Issue 7963, 19 July 1889

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YSTERDAY'S CABLES. Issue 7963, 19 July 1889

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