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HOME AND FOREIGN.

(By Electric Telegraph—Copyright,] (Special to Press*Association-,] BOtjLANtfJSR’S TRIAL AND DEFENCE. PARIS, August 19, (Received August 21, 1889, at 10 a.m ) M. Goblet, speaking at Amiens, said that Boulanger was crushed by the Senatorial High Court’s sentence. LONDON, August 19. Boulanger, replying to a deputation, declared that ho had never touched five centimes of public money. THE LIVERPOOL MURDER. LONDON, August 19. Mr Strangways, Q.C., of South Australia, in a letter to the ‘Chronicle,’ champions the cause of Mrs Maybrick, aud advocates the colonial method of revising sentences. [Special to Press Association, 1 TH E DOCK .LA BORERS’ STRIKE EXTENDING. LONDON, August 20. (Received August 21, 1889, at 1 p.m.) The stevedores have joined the dock workmen on strike. TRAIN ACCIDENT. LONDON, August 20. . An express train was overturned Nt Sunderland, and many persons injured. One was killed. THE NAVAL MANOEUVRES. LONDON, August 20. Admiral Tryon has blockaded Admiral Baird in Queenstown. JEALOUS OF PARIS. LONDON, August 20. A company has been formed with a capital of a quarter of a million to erect a tower in Loudon similar to the Eiffel Tower. THE GOVERNORSHIP OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA. LONDON, August 20. It is again reported that Sir Napier Broome retires from tho Governorship of Western Australia,

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HOME AND FOREIGN., Issue 7991, 21 August 1889

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HOME AND FOREIGN. Issue 7991, 21 August 1889

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