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HOME AND FOREIGN.

[PEK TRESS ASSOCIATION.]

London, September 15. Wheat m the country averages 37s 6d. The conduct of the Grenadier Guards since their deportation to Bermudas has been most exemplary. It is reported that the Archbishop of Armagh praised the attitude of' Bishop O'Dwyer m his controversy with Mr Dillon. Mr O'Brien has appealed to the House of Lords against the verdict m his action for libel against Lord Salisbury. Captain O'Shea has summoned Mr Dillon as a witness m his divorce action. The reason is believed to be to prevent him from visiting America. Mr T. Archer, Agent-General 'for Queensland, has written again to Lord Knutsford asking him to arrange with Mr Stanhope, Secretary for. War, to receive a deputation on the subject of the Army authorities refusing to admit frozen beef into the military, contracts. Berlin, September 13. Sixteen soldiers, who 'displayed Socialistic tendencies at Oldenburg, have been arrested, and it is feared that a mutiny will take place among the troops there m consequence. Berne, September 14. The Federal Council having insisted that the captives should be liberated and protected, their release was effected. An enquiry into the causes of the movement has been opened. Ottawa, September 15. News from Montreal states that! Prince George of Wales, who is m command of H.M.S. Thrush, ein the Canadian station,and two of his companions, were set upon by six men, who demanded money from them. A fight ensued, m which, the assailants got the worst of it. The police Avere appealed to, and the Prince was arrested, but ultimately was identified and set at liberty. New York, September 15. The stringency of the money market m New York has caused the reserve to be three millions below the legal minimum. The Treasury will endeavor to relieve this by the purchase of twenty million four per cents. Zanzibar, September 15. Germany has proclaimed free sale and purchase of slaves m Bagamayo, export by sea alone being prohibited.

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HOME AND FOREIGN., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2519, 16 September 1890

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HOME AND FOREIGN. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2519, 16 September 1890

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