HOME AND FOREIGN.
[By Electric Telegraph. —Copyright.] [Special to Pbess Association.] BOULANGER. LONDON, Septembeb 2, (Received September 3, 1889, at 11.60 a.m.) It is rumored that General Boulanger intends to surrender himself to the French Government. WOLSELEY’S SHEEP-SHEARING MACHINE. LONDON, September 2. Wolseley, Wolseley, the inventor of the sheepshearing machine, is arranging to float his Eatent into a company, with a capital of 350,000. [Per Press Association.] MR GLADSTONE. LONDON, September 2. Mr Gladstone will shortly pay a visit to the Continent. A COUSINLY GIFT. BERLIN, September 2. The Emperor of Germany has conferred the Order of the Black Eagle on Prince George of Wales. A DISQUIETING REPORT. BUCHAREST, September 2. It is reported that Servia and Bulgaria are moving troops to the frontier, and the situation is regarded as critical. THE IRON HORSE IN CHINA. HONGKONG, September 2. Railway construction in China is advancing, and tenders have been received for a line to connect Tcbangkneng with Pekin,
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HOME AND FOREIGN., Evening Star, Issue 8002, 3 September 1889
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