HOME AND FOREIGN.
[By Eleotbio Telegraph.—Goptbigot,] TPee Pbess Association.]
GERMANY .AND ITALY". ROME, October 21.
(Rcoelved October 22, 1889, at 12.45 p.m.)
Premier Crispi will shortly pay a visit to Prince Bismarck at Friedrichsruhe.
The Emperor and Empress of Germany have arrived at Monza, a town of Lombardy, on a private visit to King Humbert.
ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION OF A JAPANESE MINISTER. TOKIO, October 21.
Count O. Kuma, the Japanese Minister of Foreign Affairs, was murderously attacked in the street to-day, but received only slight wounds. His assailant successfully avoided capture, but subsequently committed suicide.
THE GWEEDORE TRAGEDY. LONDON, October 21. The trial of the murderers of DeputyInspector Martin, who was killed at Gweedore on the 3rd February, while endeavoring to arrest Father M'Fadden on a charge under the Crimes Act, is proceeding. Twelve persons have been indicted on the capital charge, and Father M'Fadden and nine others have been accused of complicity in the deed,
PARTIAL ABOLITION OF SLAVERY, ZANZIBAR, October 21.
The Sultan has promised to declare that all children born after January 1 are freeborn.
THE FRENCH CHAMBERS,
PARIS, October 21. The Chamber of Deputies will meet for the despatch of business on November 12.
NEW SOUTH WALES IRON AND COAL FIELDS. LONDON, October 21. Sir Saul Samuel is negotiating with English financiers with a view to developing the iron and coal resources of New South Wales.
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