Home and Foreign.
Ex-King Milan, of Servia, denies that he has any ulterior political motive in return' ing to Servia, Mr Morley has given notice to move in the House of Commons : "That the grounds urged for increasing the provision made by the State for the younger members of the Royal Family are inadequate, and that it is necessary finality should be arrived at in the matter." The National Liberal Club has presented Mr Gladstone with a magnificent album containing 2,000 photos of the members of the club. The general election for the Departmental Councils is proceeding. General Boulanger has been nominated for 400 seats. The latest returns show that he has been elected in 12 and defeated in 60. M. Feron deposes that the deficiency in Boulanger's official accounts amounts to L.5,500. A cyclone in Southern Hungary devastated a tract of country twenty-one miles in extent along the Danube. Houses and churches were wrecked in numbers, and at Pesth a crowded ferry boat was oaught in the vortex and swept away. Hundreds of persons were drowned.
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YESTERDAY'S CABLES., Evening Star, Issue 7972, 30 July 1889
YESTERDAY'S CABLES. Evening Star, Issue 7972, 30 July 1889
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