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COLONIAL ITEMS.

(per press association,)

London, Ootober 29.

A Chanpery order, empowering trustees to invest money m Colonial inscribed stock, under certain conditions, has been suspended m consequence of the protests, of the lawyers. The " Financial .News " asserts that the Bank of New Zealand clique engineered the recent rise m the New Zealand inscribed stock for the purpose of assisting the new issue of the Bank shares. „ , ' ' ■,■ '[ Lord Rosebery, writing on the subject of Imperial Federation, states his belief that the union of the colonies with Great Britain would increase the liabilities of the latter. It is, he thinks, impracticable, to admit the colonies to a share m the control of the Imperial policy unless they are willing to pay their share of the cost.

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COLONIAL ITEMS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1885, 1 November 1888

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COLONIAL ITEMS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1885, 1 November 1888

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