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GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. THE GENEVA ARBITRATION. rhe Observer considers the moJc by w}uc^^ vi in -i,tors have cut the Gordian knot a\ Tindict^in aua m0st umiiistaiabk mwrna ,tUe attitude this country in the contention reject,ng ie Indii'ect..Claims. PROPOSED RECALL OF JUSTICE KEOGH. .a meeting of the Dublin torporationto-morrow Son will be made calling up^n the Government n!l! .Trtdce Keoah. -0- ACCIDENT AT SEA. Saturday night two drowned by the ig of a fishing boat off Wexford coast. STRIKE OF FLAXDRESSERS. have strack work at Buchavcn x oi-sy advance of sixpence per cwt. on dressed ■ifeshivei- f°r an OV JUDGE KEOGH. CEN^L^J^ irp0se ol [conlenini'ig On Saturdayraee n?'p-i,q Pt Templemore, County -rna -e Keog'a were hell » T^erary, andMullmgai. 5 F -FIFE COALMASTEKS. TH-1^ i „ve given no notice oi thea The 5ife coalnaa«ter demal(]s 0f miners for one -] ivv-cation of-e°aC|^ti°nai 0n ther wages. ShouW no 4 10 by "f '"rth 01 7" nie > 'nSSSSSoUB MEE^THE LICSNSISG ™petin» in faour of uniformity of An uproarious me l ltt nj„ht in the Pomena clo|j.na public houses < emperance f dvocates xauste^d the hal uaily, tup police clea att-rdFH THE,BEEWW»^0En„ forthe \i fi-tt Saturday Mr. • rx-'a WnsTiital. into the ,r °^^S,thedeaofMrs .SaraliMargaret V/*4icumatancesawen o uCa manner as to lead fgers, who was iD.,ur had been cut by her 6}ipfipsit^n thay^ oharged with tl rA* f excment was manifested, '•»fios the 'Me of tbe ,f "«bw 'A »ea^^ ":rfpetlyber so far as he saw >^Sai» ened. jthe time;these terrible lace tether cnna was uu iuC '\yereJ^ when wits went for a policeman vo° room. hot; of the stairs and said, **?* w!bdP iSf 1"«1 toted. He ^Hhe pillows, ajat the head of the bed. ^d,0Tttrument withich the murder could J, «6 v ftard the husband say, jveet). i +rt his btu She has knifed me ..Iffb'eat" i he poiio hie wrist. Witness au««f1 w?flTr, and had never seen rve?oAtPauS^ j f^^eman—Deceaiid her husband went to ^epd comforta>ind there had been no •4J'uoetW,e^3. the im-y returned a ^AttevWilfnl Mur<apainst James Daniel ?a^kiltiag hls wil the coroner 13sued a vge^-the trial of thsed. J# V%ER HORH: TRAGEDY IN W' \-p' ber^E • JT l^d more hoiragedy waa enacted at^ ^Aot yesterday(Sttmorning at BermondMy :#ZiUer named ^Edward Taylor, h»mg Bermonkilled a woman named i^ithwhom he M for several years by ■ Viflr Skull iron bar* He then T^hi* daughter, live, and his son LU in the sMmet. Finally he cut Leat with a P then rushdd into the ™ T £ e himseUthe police. Baylor had ^threatened when drunk, and, on Thu:sdayj stabbed Hobden. His ^■ereafj ^■ereafj rf;Qt;$rT. •HL?1SKA5I.] morning at ""1 named

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