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THE MAHDI SUING FOR PEACE.

WITH GENERAL EARLE'S COLUMN.

DIFFICULTY OF COMMUNICATING…

EFFECl OF LORD WOLSELEY'S…

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EFFECl OF LORD WOLSELEY'S ADVANCE. [" CENTRAL NEWS TELEGRAM.] CAIRO, MONDAY EVENING. Telegrams received here to-day from Suakim in- dicate that, as has all along been expected here, Lord Wolseley's vigorous operations have had a most wholesome effect in that part of the Soudan. There does not appear to have been any truth in the reports that Osman Digna had been reinforced to any considerable extent. On the contrary, to- day's advices state that the news of the con- tinuous advance of the British Expedition has Caused the greatest panic in Osman's camp. THE SUGGESTED EVACUATION. [" STANDARD TELEQRAMS.1 VIENNA, SUNDAY NIGHT, Hassan Fehmi's departure for London, after so much hesitation and delay, has revived the rumour that the English Cabinet is inclined to negotiate with Turkey about the questions arising from the eventual evacuation of Egypt. The leading Austrian papers express their ad- miration for the skill with which Colonel Stewart's Desert march to Gakdul was carried out. The move is declared to be a great moral and strategic success. The Anglophobe Presse, how- ever, finding no better means of explaining it away, attributes its success to British gold." CONSTANTINOPLE, SUNDAY NIGHT. Hassan Fehmi Pasha, the Special Commissioner from the Sultan to the British Government, left this city yesterday with his secretary. He travels to London vid Varna.

EXPECTED RETREAT OF OSMAN…

ENGLAND, TURKEY, AND EGYPT.

EGYPTIAN FINANCE.

ACTIVE OPERATIONS IMMINENT.

RUMOURED DECLARATION OF WAR.

DEBATE-IN THE. FRENCH CHAMBER.

THE EARTHQUAKE IN SPAIN. |

THE FENIAN OUTRAGE IN NEW…

FURTHER FRENCH TROUBLES IN…

MR. VANDERBILT AND GENERAL…

GERMAN COLONISATION IN WEST…

PROPOSED BRITISH ANNEXATION…

THE ABYSSINIAN MISSION.

DECORATIONS FOR PRINCE EDWARD…

DEATH OF AN EX-AMERICAN VICE-PRESIDENT.

FRANCE AND GERMANY.

SOCIALIST MURDER IN GERMANY.

GERMAN CORN DUTIES.

--AUSTRALIA AND THE GERMAN…

THE DIVISIONS OF CARMARTHENSHIRE.

THE PROPOSED LOCAL LABOUR…

POPULATION AND REPRESENTATION.

F, ENGLAND AND HER COLONIES.…

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SUGGESTED CANDIDATES FOR WELSH…

A CAMBRIAN SOCIETY FOR SOUTH…

CORRESPONDENCE.

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DEATH OF THE EAKL OF !* A…

BRITISH FEEti TRADE TlON.…

KENNEL CLUB DOG SHOW, LOJNDO^'f…

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