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HOME AND FOREIGN.

[»ER PRESS ASSOCIATION.] London, September VI to 18. Canon Liddon was buried at St. Paul's Cathedral. . The Bishop of Cork denounces Mr O'Brien's advocacy of boycotting and the plan of campaign. At the wool sales competition was brisk, and full prices Avere realised.. The Mining Exhibition closes on October 11th, the Directors of the orystal Palace at Sydenhani,, where the, Exhibition is held, being unable to let the building till the end of the year. The reported foundering of the Austrian warship Taurus m the Black Sea and the drowning of a number of the crew was a canard, as the vessel , is safe at Constantinople. The Shaw, Savill and Albion Company declared a dividend of 5 per cent. Zanzibar, September 17. German officials at Baganiayo deny the truth of ttie statement that a decree has been issued by Germany allowing free trade m slaves, Maivria, September 17. Cholera is on the increase m Spain, and four, thousand; cases have been re-. ported lately.

Bernk, September 17. The trouble m Ticino is becoming more serious, and slight skirmishes have taken place between the opposing parties. The Italian troops are guarding the pass of St. Gothard. Lisbon, September 18. ■Owing to the action of the Opposition m connection with the AngloPortngucse Convention, the whole of the Cabinet resigned. Ottawa, September 17The Montreal reporter who invented the story of Piinco George's arrest m a street- qu-irrcl there has been committed for trial.

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HOME AND FOREIGN., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2522, 19 September 1890

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HOME AND FOREIGN. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2522, 19 September 1890

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