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' ' (Received Oct. 7, 10.30 a.m.)', THE SILVER' BILL. I Washington, October 6. The bringing of M.clCinlay.'s Tariff Bill into operation on Saturday caused a good deal 6f excitement throughout the States, and American merchants, had special trains running to the 'Canadian frontier to.-hasten , foreign deliveries. They also had numerous steamers running as tugs to hasten up deliveries seaborne. There was tremendous excitement at the Customs Department as incoming steamers arrived. Papers of the Curiard liner Eluria were lodged only half a minute before midnight. Several journals,.in every European capital denounce the tariff. '
■Brisbane,' October; TV A private letter received from England, states that Lord Knutsford, Secretary of State for the Colonies, is only waiting an expression of opinion from the Queensland House of Assembly before deciding on the question of separation of tlae northern portions of that colony. Lord Knutsford admits that there is a great deal to bft said m favor of such a step being taken, and that no insuperable difficulties appear m the way.
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Latest Cable News HOME AND FOREIGN., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2537, 7 October 1890
Latest Cable News HOME AND FOREIGN. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2537, 7 October 1890
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