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HOME AND FOREIGN.

IBy Eleoteio Telegraph —Copyright. ] [Pee Press Association.]

THE BULGARIAN THRONE. LONDON, October S, (Received October 9, 1889, at noon.)

_ ‘ The Times ’ states that at the instance of Sir William A. White, British Ambassador at Constantinople, the Porte had nearly decided some time back to recognise Prince Ferdinand of Bulgaria, but was dissuaded from doing so by Russia.

FATAL RAILWAY COLLISIONS. LONDON. October 8

A passenger train on the London Northwestern lines collided with a goods train near Manchester. Three carriages were smashed, three passengers being killed and twelve injured.

BERLIN, October 8. By a railway collision near Posen four passengers were killed and many injured.

THE LORD-LIEUTENANCY OF IRELAND. LONDON, October 8. The Earl of Zetland has been sworn in as Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland.

MORE LABOR TROUBLES,

LONDON, October 8.

Ten thousand colliers at Bolton have gone out on strike, demanding an increase of wages.

SHIPPING CASUALTIES. LONDON, October 8,

Intelligence has been received that the French steamer Geographique collided with the ship Minnie Swift in Indian waters. Both vessels sank, and nine persons were drowned.

RIO DE JANIERO, October 8,

The steamer Earnmoor, bound from Baltimore to here, foundered at sea, and twentyeight of the passengers and crew were drowned. The Earnmoor was a screw steamer of 1,320 tons.

MUCH TOO PLAIN SPEAKING,

CAPE TOWN, October 8.

The editors of two papers published in the Transvaal have been arrested on a charge of treason for having demanded extensive reform in the administration of the country, failing which they advocated a revolution. Both the editors are Englishmen,

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HOME AND FOREIGN., Evening Star, Issue 8033, 9 October 1889

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HOME AND FOREIGN. Evening Star, Issue 8033, 9 October 1889

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