Homo i*>itl Fow-isfa* The Bill making provision for the younger members of the Royal Family passed by a ma jority of 95. General Boulanger has issued a manifesto replying to the charges made against him by the French Government. He gives a general denial, and appeals to the electorates, which ho says are the sole judges. Tho death is announced of M. Felix Pyat, Communist. Replying to a question in the Houso of Commons, Sir James Fsrgusson stated that the present trouble in Crete was due to rows among local political factions, and was not a revolt against the Sultan. The Russian Government liav* appealed to tho Porte to maintain order in Crete, and to protect Russian residents there. Australian. Heavy rains have fallen throughout Now South Wales. In Yamba district a fall of Din was registered within twenty-four hour. I ’. In the New South Walts House tf Assembly Sir 11. Barkes announced that it was impossible to arrange a conference of the colonics on the question of granting responsible government to Western Australia.
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YESTERDAY'S CABLES., Evening Star, Issue 7979, 7 August 1889
YESTERDAY'S CABLES. Evening Star, Issue 7979, 7 August 1889
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