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HOME AND FOREIGN.

[per puess amociatiok j London, October 17 to \9 y iThe financial tone of the city is healthi^ , j Professors Huxley and Hooker will not be able to attend the meeting of the Australasian Association for, the Advancement of Scienceiat'Christchurch next year. " It is considered that the taxation of Queensland is fatal to the influx g| capital into that colqny.. \\ j^ljei^rttim m j|ngland fqr subsidising tho National liand League. ../■ '; r "■■•■>,■/ \ ■ ' Tyser and Cp. r;^Ji'o are running m opposition to the Australian shipping ring, are, arranging for carrying on their 1 own! business iix the (bolo-i nies. i \..'. The Portuguese Chief Commimfener at Mozambique r,os#ecit, his cSveriiment '^he; rati^ingof the Xnglo- v Convention will alone isaV,e the 1' Portuguese territory. ' *' • y^ '<ysxm ft^d pillon ass^j

that H.11.H. the Prince of Wales is favorable to Home Rule. It is asserted that they desired to visit the 'Vatican, but his Holiness ths Pope declined to receive them. Messrs O'P»rien and Billon, it is asserted, will be arrested should they venture into Canada. The'whole of the delegation sails from Havre on Saturday . . A circular issued by the r reasury Department of America permits the introduction of Australian hides on proof that they arc free from infectiou

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HOME AND FOREIGN., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2548, 20 October 1890

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HOME AND FOREIGN. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2548, 20 October 1890

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