HOME AND FOREIGN.
fßx Ulkotuio Telegraph,—Copyright] (I’KIl I’UKHM ASSOCIATION.)
(Hcoolvcil Novnnlivr r ’. ISM), at 1? in.piip.), LONDON, NiiVutolißß 4,
Tho * Daily Nown,’ commenting on tho Inst of Sir Uonry Parkes's federation proposals, considers that ho has made out a strong, plausible cause,
A RUSSIAN LOAN. ST. PETERSBURG, November 4. The Russian lottery loan has been over subscribed.
THE PRINCE OF WALES IN EGYPT. CAIRO, November 4.
The Prince of Wales has reviewed the Egyptian troops here, and has met with an enthusiastic reception.
DR CRONIN’S MURDER.
CHICAGO, November 4
At tho Cronin murder trial to-day Winnipeg convicts testified that Burke, Coughlin, Connoy, and O’Sullivan beat Cronin to dentil with sandbags and clubs. Tho struggle was fierce, and it was twenty minutes before Cronin was finally despatched.
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