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HOME AND FOREIGN.

; [P£II.. i PE.jBSS ASSOCIATION,} , > I London, October 13 and 14. I, O'Connor, the oarsman, has sailed for Canada. The Mining Exhibition shows a surplus, Conrad Cedcr Kranz, who has been appointed Chief Justice of Samoa, is a Swedish jurist. Doubts are expressed as to Dillon ! and O'Brien really having sailed for I the United States at all. The cargo of the Ship Wellington, which returned to port owing to a collision m the Channel, has sustained no damage. The statue of Rev Dr Lang has been completed. Five girls and one man were killed and many persons injured by a fire which broke out m a hat factory at Smithfield.. .The "Times" suggests that steps should be taken to retain m England the mining exhibits now on exhibition at the Crystal Palace for the purpose of technical education. :

The death is announced of J. E. Thorold Rogers, Professor of Political Economy at Oxford University. Professor Sellar, aged 62, is also dead. The Portuguese Press are again making vicious attacks on Great Britain, and inspiring .the populace to attack the British residents.

Beblix, October 14. A great Socialistic Congress is being held at Halle, a town of Prussia^ Saxony, and is chiefly attended by German delegates.

Bbsnk, October 13, . The re-instatcmeut of tlie Ticino Government; has been deferred until the Federal Commissary lias returned. Ailairs at Ticino are quieting' down. Madrid. .October 14. News has been received that the Spanish Expedition sent from the Phillipiue Islands to punish the natives of the Caroline Islands, who surprised a and killed a Spanish officer' ai^d .twenty-seven men, has been successful. ..-The garrison stormed the native position and the losses of the. latter were heavy, while the attacking party lost one officer and several irien.

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HOME AND FOREIGN., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2544, 15 October 1890

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HOME AND FOREIGN. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2544, 15 October 1890

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