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London, October 31. The Earl of Jersey sails for Sydney on the 21st November. The Jews resident in England have presented an address to, Ordinal Manning in commemoration of his silver jubilee. The Rev Hermann Adler was the promoter of the presentation. Mr Stanley, in replying to Mr Troup's statement, says he does not accuse Major Barttelot of imi\\Qj»lity, but something else. Mr Stanley has le& for the United States, wher^v he will deliver a course p£ Inures. Mr Troup, who accompanied the late Stanley Expedition* in the course of an interview faired that the expedition was* moiety for greed and to secure i \<Wth of Brain Pasha's ivgryi and ajsip.that the relief of Imfa was ofnly a matter of secondary importance. ] He defended *fc* rearguard from the charges leveled against them by Mr

November \, The barque Crummoclc Water, which left Port Pirie on June 30th, is posted at Lloyd's as overdue. The Associated Banks advance £850,000 of the Victorian Loan, repayment due in January next. An English doctor, the proprietor of a Sanatorium at Nice, proposes to establish a Sanatorium at Mildura for the grape cure. The Agents-General have arranged an interview with the Post Office authorities for Mond»yfor tlwcpm^ose of discussing the,beginning o£ the 2Jd rate of postage .to the' colonies in January, ,„. „.. , _,^. . fVM , II4WM-i ' The Marquis of Hartington speaking at Edinburgh stated the Union party had too much to fear unless 'tliip Government policy already presented was vigorously pressed. before, the general election. The cheese ex R.M.S. Tafnui is realisimg from 30s to 50s per cwt. New Your, November 1. By a collision off the American coast the Spanish steamer/ViscoyA.wasSunk,. and sixty-two lives losti : I The Comte de Paris;h«d ai»nw escape of losing his life at' Pittsbtorg today, as he was stepping ion Ifche train, but fortunately hdd.on to =the guard rail until rescued by, a.bystander. ■ Zanzib «, November 1. Fifty natives were killed at Witu daring the the Britirfiylorce- ' — ■! •;/'

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HOME AND FOREIGN., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2560, 3 November 1890

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HOME AND FOREIGN. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2560, 3 November 1890

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