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HOME AND FOREIGN.

[Bv Emotbio Tblbgbaph.—Gopybhhm.l [Pbb Pbbss Association.]

A LADY DOCTOR. LONDON, July 22.

TRooelved July 28,1889, at 12.30 p.ffi.)

Miss Adela M'Knight, of Adelaide, has qualified to practise medicine and surgery, and become licentiate of Apothecaries' Hall.

•PARNELLISM AND CRIME.' LONDON, July 22.

Mr Parnell intends to apply for a Parliamentary committee to inquire into the origin of the connection between Pigott and his clients, and to trace the history of the articles in 'The Times' on ' Parnellism and Crime.'

UNLOCKING THE LAND. LONDON, Jblt 22. The Radical Press is setting up an agita tion against the Western Australian Bill, alleging that vast areas in that colony are looked up in the hands of banks and private persons. FEDERATION. LONDON, JitlT 22. Lord Salisbury, Bpeaklng at the Tower Samlets, said that Federation implied a noble and wholesome sentiment. Federation similar to that in America waß impossible, bnt he trusted that a oommon basis of agreement would eventually be arrived at.

THE SICK MAN OF EUROPE UNEASY.

CONSTANTINOPLE, July 22.

Eighty thousand Russian troops are massing at Tints and Erwan, on the Armenian frontier. The Porte is getting uneasy.

f Special to Pbess Association.]

THE HOUSE OF COMMONS. LONDON, JfILY 22. (Reoelvsd July 23,1889, at 12.46 p.m.)

A prolonged session is expected unless the Western Australian Bill is withdrawn,

THE LORD AND THE SINGER. LONDON, JvhT 22,

Lord Dunlo has sailed for Australia, but the mnsio hall singer whom he married coatinues at the Alhambra,

THE KAURI TIMBER COMPANY. LONDON, Jnt.r 22.

Negotiations have been successfully eonoluded for floating LBOO.OOO worth ef the Kauri Timber Company's debentures at S per cent.

A CONVERT TO ROMANISM. BERLIN, Ju,Y 2-2,

It is reported that the Dowager Empress Augusta has joined the Roman Catholio Churoh.

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HOME AND FOREIGN., Issue 7966, 23 July 1889

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HOME AND FOREIGN. Issue 7966, 23 July 1889

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