Home and Foreign.
The Earl of Carnarvon, speaking at Leeds, said he hoped that Secretary Balfour would carry out in full his plan for higher education in Ireland. It was impossible to secure the contentment of the Irish unless the priests were satisfied. He advocated nonintervention in the affairs of Europe as far as possible. England’s interests were mainly those of her kith and kin and colonies.
The Emperor and Prince Bismarck are both back in Berlin.
The German army estimates do not provide for any increase in the number of men, but 120 million marks are required for new guns and ammunition. Prince Ferdinand of Bulgaria has gone on a fortnight’s visit to his mother, and after that he will probably visit Paris. Premier Stambouloff has been appointed regent during his absence. Eighty jurors have been selected from whom a panel will be obtained to try the murderers of Hr Cronin,
The French residents of Montreal (Canada) have invited General Boulanger to pay them a visit.
The Czar is expected at Berlin to-morrow. Biots have taken place among the gasmen at Bristol on account of the employment of non union hands.
Dalgety and Co. pay a dividend of 8 per cont.
Lieutenant Pym, an ex-New Zealand naval officer, is dead,
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YESTERDAY'S CABLES, Evening Star, Issue 8035, 11 October 1889
YESTERDAY'S CABLES Evening Star, Issue 8035, 11 October 1889
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