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THE NEW SOUTH WALES LOAN. LONDON, July 9. (Received Ju'y 10,1859, at noon). Tenders to the amount of 14,820,000 were received to-day for the New South Wales loan of three and ahalf millions at 3$ per cent. One syndicate tendered for two millions at LlO2 6s and LlO2 9s. Tenderers at LIO2 5s will get 37 per cent. The minimum was fixed at LIO2. PERSONAL. BERLIN, July 9. Herr Weber, formerly German Consul at Samoa, is dead. RUSSIAN FINANCE. BERLIN, July 9. The ‘ Nord Deutsche Zeitung ’ urges the holders of Russian preference bonds to avail themselves of the clause in the proposed conversion scheme enabling them to demand payment at par. [Special to Press Association,] ANOTHER LARGE STRIKE. LONDON, July 9. (Received July 10,1889, at 12.30 Fifteen thousand railmakers have struck work for an increase of wages. A BY-ELECTION. LONDON, July 9. The Unionist candidate will not be opposed for the Dover seat, vacant by the death of Major Dickson (not Mr S. A. Dickson). A NIHILIST INFORMER. LONDON, July 9. Hartmann, the Nihilist, has revealed the existence of the conspiracy organised to dynamite the Czar, and also the plot to bring about a revolution in France, LAWN TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIP. LONDON, July 9, Mr William Renshaw won the lawn tennis championship of England, ECCLESIASTICAL. LONDON, July 9, Bishop Moorhouse, of Manchester, whose name was amongst those mentioned for the Primacy of Australia, has expressed himself in favor of the creation of a bishop for the purpose,

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HOME AND FOREIGN., Issue 7955, 10 July 1889

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HOME AND FOREIGN. Issue 7955, 10 July 1889

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