Mrs Langtry’s husband, who recently roturned from America, was found aimlessly wandering on the railway line at Crewe, and has been sent to a lunatic asylum. >: ■; j Fourteen hundred cases of typhoid fever have ‘been reported to the authorities at Maidstone. ’ 'Barney Barnato’s personalty has been proved at £060,199. The coroner’s jury acquitted Lieutenant Travers, commander of the torpedo-boat destroyer Thrasher, of the results ;of the | recent explosion of a steam pipe when hia vessel went ashore recently at Bodmin, Cornwall. _ Lewis, charged with the murder of Catherine Smith at Manly (N.S. W.) ,in August last, has been acquitted. ■ The United States Government are inviting Canada to send delegates to a conference to discuss trade relations and promote commercial intercourse. Obituary: Professor Francis William Newman, aged ninety-two; and Mr G. O. Boase, antiquarian. An excavation made at Ternovska revealed six fresh living burials of the followers of the prophetess Vitalia, who was herself buried alive recently, Kovalyeff, a disciple of Vitalia, refuses to indicate where thirty others are interred.
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CONDENSED CABLEGRAMS., Evening Star, Issue 10439, 7 October 1897
CONDENSED CABLEGRAMS. Evening Star, Issue 10439, 7 October 1897
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