HOME AND FOREIGN.
[By Electric Telegraph.—Copyright.) [Per Press Association.) MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL, LONDON. June 7. The weekly reserve of the Bank of England is L 14,100,000; the proportion to liabilities being 43$ per cent. Consols 98$, ex div. New Zealand fours, 106, and active. Australian wheat (ex warehouse) 38s 6d, and very restricted. New Zealand longberried (ex store), 38s, and also very restricted. Java sugar, 24s lOd. Iron, 42s 9d. THE PRINCE OF WALES. LONDON, June 7. The Prince and Princess of Wales go over to see the Exhibition on Saturday, and will remain in Paris for three weeks. GERMANY AND RUSSIA BERLIN, Jcne 7The German Press declare that the cordial relations that have existed between the Emperor William and the Czar are unchanged, and that there is no fear of a war between the two countries. A HUGE STEAL. CHICAGO, Jcne 7. The papers left by Dr Cronin imply that Sullivan, Boland, and Feehy diverted 350,000d0l to the Clan-na-6ael. THE JOHNSTOWN HORROR. NEW YORK, Jcne 7. It will take 1,000 laborers a month to clear away the wreckage in and around Johnstown.
The relief fund, which now amounts ta 1,250,000d01, is being applied to meeting the wants of the 15,000 persons who art destitute.
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HOME AND FOREIGN., Evening Star, Issue 7928, 8 June 1889
HOME AND FOREIGN. Evening Star, Issue 7928, 8 June 1889
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