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Home and Foreign.

Mr H. M. Stanley, writing on August 29 from Lake Victoria Nyar.zi, says that Emin Bey, Cuvati, and himself, accompanied by six Englishmen and other Europeans and a following of 800 people, are journeying to Upwapava, iu German territory, Wadelai is iu the hands of the Mahdist people. The Sultan of Turkey welcomed the Emperor of Germany at Yildiz Palace, where the two monarchs reviewed 10,000 troops. The imperial visitor repeatedly expressed to the Sultan his admiration of their appearance and discipline, especially the Artillery. Prince Ferdinand, who has been on a visit to Western Europe, has returned, and has opened the Bulgarian Sobranje. The Central Committee is providing meals for London Board schools. Tho bodies of those killed by the full of faoU.i in* at < MM-igow arc terribly •...ntflated, and all the machinery is «m.?sbed. The Hon. T. W. Hislop, Minister of Education lor New Zealand, has been admitted to the grade of officer of the Legion of Honor.

The Emperor and Empress of < mrmany have arrived at Constantinople. Count Kaluoky, Austrian Minister of Foreign Affairs, has arrived at Frederieksrube, Germany, to confer with Prince Bismarck.

Mr Bradlaugh lies at Falmouth sinking rapidly. The ‘ Daily News,’ commenting on Sir H. Parkes’s proposal to establish a Dominion of Australia, thinks the difference of tariffs will be an obstacle in the way of federation, and that it is essential New Zealand should he included. Antagonism of races as in Canada will, however, be absent. The ‘ Morning Post ’ expresses a hope that the retiring Lord Mayor Whitehead will be rewarded with a baronetcy for his services.

The Prince of Wales visits the Pyramids,

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Home and Foreign., Issue 8056, 5 November 1889

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Home and Foreign. Issue 8056, 5 November 1889

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