HOME AND FOREIGN.
■ [P£B TRESS ASSOCIATION.] 1 London^ September 30. j John Morely, M.P., spsaking at St. Helens, denounced the arrest of members of Parliament at Tipperary. Mr E. C. N. Braddpn, Agent-General for-Tasmania, has paid over to the Company, on behalf of the Tasmnnian Government, the purchase money (£1,106,500) for the Tasmaniati main line of railway, m inscribed stock. October 1. Reynolds 1 sample of New Zealand butter has realised 112s per cwfc., and is prohottncecl by experts to ba nearly equal to the best Danish butter. Silver is quoted at 4s 2d. The revenue for the half-year just expired shows an increase of £1,679,000 over that of the corresponding period of 1889. Washington, October 1. The vSenato has passed the Tariff Bill as agreed upon by the Conference of both Houses. American cruisers have been instructed to only enforce sealing regulations against sealers carrying out sealing m the territorial jurisdiction of Alaska. Berlin October 1. j Numerous socialists have returned here for ths purpose of celebrating the ; expiration of the anti-socialistic law. ( St Pbtb'usiutrg, September 30. Russia is massing troops m Armenia. ' ■ „ ■■■■■■ .
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HOME AND FOREIGN., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2533, 2 October 1890
HOME AND FOREIGN. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2533, 2 October 1890
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