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HOME AND FOREIGN.

R? Electric Telegraph.—GomiiGHt,] [Per Press Association.] ESCAPE OP A PRIZE. OTTAWA, August 5. (Received August 8, 1830, at noon.) The fishing schooner Diamond, which was seized by an American cruiser in Behring Sea, escaped from her captors, and has arrived at Victoria with the American prizemaster on board, our scullerslna NEW ROLE. LONDON, August 5. Two lads fell into the Thames, and Searle and Matterson (the Australian scullers), who happened to be near at the time, dived in to rescue them. Unfortunately their efforts failed, and the lads were drowned. [Special to Press Association.] GERMANY AND ENGLAND. LONDON, August 5. (Received August 6,1889, at 12.45 p.m.) It is reported that the Emperor of Germany’s reason for visiting England is to ascertain the attitude of England towards Germany. OBITUARY. LONDON, August 5. Sir W. Ewart, M.P, for Belfast North, is dead. 1

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HOME AND FOREIGN., Evening Star, Issue 7978, 6 August 1889

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HOME AND FOREIGN. Evening Star, Issue 7978, 6 August 1889

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