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London, October 28 and 29. The Antwerp wool sales to-day opened dull, and bidding n»a» very reserved. Prices ranged from ,5 to H) centimes below those ruling at the last sales. Mr Gladstone, speaking at Edin burgh, said he was m favor of th« disestablishment of ■ the Church of Scotland, but he. thought that an endowment should accompany the disestablishment. In the course of hi* remarks on the Irish question he said that if Home Rule were granted to Ireland he would-! favor the retention of Irish representation m the House of Commons. Mr C. A. V, Conybeare, M.P. for Camborne, has been unseated from the local School Board, owing to the convictions which were reporded against hini some time ago un&r the Crimes Act. Stanley lias determined .fa fully reveal the circumstances connected with the death of Major Barttelot, and Ihe reasons why Emm Pasha'did not accompany him to England. Washington, October 29. Sir Julian Pauncefote, the British Ambassador, has proposed to the United States Government that repre' sentatives of Great Britain, Russia and America should constitute a Board to arbitrate on the Behring Se* fisheries dispute. St. Petersburg, October 29. The Russian peasantry at Bogodovoklov refuse to longer remain as serfs, and are attacking the landowners. Nine thousand troops have been despatched to suppress the rising.
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HOME AND FOREIGN., Ashburton Guardian, Volume X, Issue 2557, 30 October 1890
HOME AND FOREIGN. Ashburton Guardian, Volume X, Issue 2557, 30 October 1890
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