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[per fress association.] London, November 4. The Underground Electric Railway was successfully opened to-day at Chapham, a suburb of London. H.K.H. the Prince of "Wales performed the opening ceremony. s The City, Central, and Associated Chambers of Commerce, have caused a resolution to be carried that it is desirable that all imported dead meat should be labelled from whence it came, when exposed for sale m,. British markets. . < General Booth hopes that within eighteen months he will be m a position to send out weekly batches ot settlers to the colonies which the Salvation Army proposes to establish m Australasia; ' - v London, November 5. The Eight Hon. Mr Balfoiir is at present on a visit to Donegal, enquiring into the effects of the . potato blight. Sellers of the New Zealand Estates. Company's debentures complain that the Directors are delaying special settlements. The Right Hon. Mr ]?alfour received an ovation on his arrival m Donegal. " The Times "states that the Canadian Government is willing to liberally subsidise the Pacific cable. The.result of the American elections yesterday is not yet known, but it is said that the Tammany Hall ticket'has been successful m New York.. It is rumored that McKinley has been defeated, and that the Democrats have . been successful m the return of their candidates. ,

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HOME AND FOREIGN., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2563, 6 November 1890

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HOME AND FOREIGN. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2563, 6 November 1890

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