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HOME AND FOREIGN.

[By Electric Telegraph.—Copyright,] [Special to Press Association,]

"JACK THE RIPPER.” LONDON, October 3, (Received October 4, 1889, at 12.16 p.ra.)

The police are still pursuing the clue to the identity of " Jack the Ripper,” and are hopeful of final success.

THE TORIES AND THE IRISH QUESTION. LONDON, October 3,

Mr J. Chamberlain, speaking at Newcastle, declared that he had received satisfactory assurances from Lord Salisbury that the latter would deal finally with the Irish question next session.

ROMAN CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY ENDOWMENT, LONDON, Octobers. The Rev, Mr Feilding (chairman of the Congregational Union), in an address delivered at Hull, strongly protested against any Roman Catholic University being endowed out of the public funds.

[Per Press Association. |

THE MAORI FOOTBALLERS.

LONDON, October 3, (Received October 4,1889, at noon,;

The English Rugby Union have passed a resolution to the effect that J. Warbrick’s charges against Mr Rowland Hill and the referees of the English players are untrue. These charges of unfairness were disseminated through the medium of an interview at Melbourne, and, having been frequently commented on by the English papers, were at last brought under the notice of the Union.

THE ROTTERDAM STRIKERS WIN. ROTTERDAM, October 3. The dock laborers have succeeded in obtaining their demands, and the strike is at an end. CONFERENCE OF AMERICAN STATES WASHINGTON, October 3. # A conference is being hold here, and is attended by representatives of the States ini North, South, and Central America, for the purpose of promoting trade between the United States and other American countries. It is believed, however, that President Harrison’s protective policy will prevent any practical result being arrived at.

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HOME AND FOREIGN., Evening Star, Issue 8029, 4 October 1889

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HOME AND FOREIGN. Evening Star, Issue 8029, 4 October 1889

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