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London, October'l6. Mr G. C. Levy has been appointed Commissioner to the Chicago Exhibition, and will risit the Colonies for the purpose of procuring exhibits. The llev Randal Thomas Davidson, Dean of Windsor, will succeed the Right Rev Anthony W. Tiiorold as Bishop of Rochester. New York, October 10. Owing to the advanced prices under

to a Defence Fund m the appeal against Mr Beotham's judgment. j*hi:«ri»t(ff. Shearing commenced at Leslie Hills yesterday. More than the usual number of shearers are " swagging^_this season.

.the M'Kinley Tariff Bill, almost a political revolution is threatened. The West Republicans now admit that it was a serious blunder to have allowed the measure to pass. The Haguk, October 15. In consequence of the state oil health of the King of Holland, a Regency has been appointed again. Liseox, October 16. - In addressing the Cortea_ to-day the Premier said recent, events m Zanzibar had rendered cordial relations with England more difficult, and that ho was unable to advise the ratification of the Anglo-Portuguese Convention. The Stock Exchange is still excited. Colonial stocks remain unchanged at a nominal figure, and are quite unsaleable. The brokers suggest that the Colonial Governments should sell Treasury bills instead of floating loans at present.

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HOME AND FOREIGN., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2546, 17 October 1890

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HOME AND FOREIGN. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2546, 17 October 1890

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