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(Per Reuter’s Agency.) A Step Higher. London, Nov. 1. The Right Hon. Sir Robert Lush, one of the pusine justices of the Queen’s Bei.ch has been appointed to succeed the the late Right Hon. Alfred Henry Thesigar as one of the Lord Justices of Appeal. • Death of a Celebrated Engineer. Obituary—Sir Thomas Boucb (sic). Affairs at the Cape. Capetown, Nov. 1. Further intelligence regarding the rising of the Pernios shows that only one of the two magistrates who were attacked was murdered. The other succeeded in effecting his escape. The Khurds. Teheran, Nov. 1. News has been received that the Persian troops despatched against the Khurds have reached Urumiljah. The report recently received that the place had been captured by the enemy was premature. The Postal Service to New Caledonia. Paris, Nov. 1. A French official committee has been appointed to examine into the postal service to New Caledonia, via Austria.
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