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fßv Electric Telegraph.—Copyright [Per Press Association.] THE UPPER SOUDAN CAMPAIGN. CAIRO, Jwur 2& (Received July 30,1889, at noon.) The Dervishes in the neighborhood at Assouan have been reinforced by largenumbers, who eluded the Egyptian troop* by making a long detour. THE STRIKES IN GERMANY. BERLIN, July 29. Thirty-four persons who took part in tha recent riots ia Silesia have been sentenced to long terms of imprisonment. The different companies from whose work* the men went out on strike have dismissed a large number of officials. A NATIONAL TRIBUTE. LONDON, Jolt 29. The women of England have decided t» present Mr Gladstone with a portrait •§ himself painted by Sir John Millais. 4 THE TIMES '-PARNELL COMMISSION. LONDON, Jul? 29. Before the Commission adjourned to-day, the cashier of the National Bank wu examined. He stated that the books and papers of the bank for eight yeara previow to 1886 had been destroyed by the order of the vice-chairman. It was subsequently stated that the destruction took place in th» ordinary course, and not at the instigation of the Parnellite party. The books destroyed contained the accounts of Mr J. 6. Biggar and other members of the National League. LOCAL GOVERNMENT FOR SCOTLAND. LONDON, Jvvr 29. The House of Commons hat passed th* Scotch Local Government Bill,
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