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HOME AND FOREIGN.

[By Blbotbio Tklkqraph—Copywght.J [Pbb Press association. | RENT COLLECTION IN CRETE. CONSTANTINOPLE, Jolt 12. (Received July 18,1889, at noon). ' The Turkish official who was sent to report on the state of affairs in the island of Crete declined to accede to the demands of the malcontents, and the latter consequently refused to pay their rents. The troops were despatched to enforce obedience, but owing to the menacing attitude of the Inhabitants they were withdrawn in order to avoid a conflict. GRANTS TO THE ROYAL FAMILY. LONDON, July 12, The Committee of the House of Commons appointed to inquire into the subject of grants to members of the Royal Family consists of eleven Tories, two Unionists, eight Gladstouians, and two Irish Nationalists. Among the number are included Lord Hartington, Messrs Smith, Goscheu, Gladstone, Chamberlain, Morley, Labonchere, and Parnell. MONETARY. LONDON, July 12. (Received July 18, 1889, at 12.30 p.m.j The total amount of reserve in the Bank of England is L 13,704,000,‘ the proportion of reserve to liabilities being 39 per oent. Consols, 982New Zealand 4 per cent, inscribed stock, 105 J. Australian wheat (ex warehouse), 395; New Zealand long-berried wheat (ex store), 38s 6d. No. 1 best Scotch pig iron (f.o.b. in Clyde), 445. [Special to Pbess Association,] AQUATIC. LONDON, Jolt 11. (Received July 13,1889, at neon.) Neil Matterson has declined Babear’a challenge. ANOTHER MISSING ONE. LONDON, July 11. It is reported that Le Caron is missing. TROUBLE IN HATTI. LONDON, July 11. News from Hayti states that President Legitime is arming women. THE FEDERATION LEAGUE, LONDON, July 11, Lord Beresford has resigned from the Federation League because he disapproves of the proposal to hold an Imperial conference on the subject. BELGIAN ENTERPRISE. BRUSSELS, July 11. The Belgian Government have agreed to subsidise a line of steamers to Australia. A TREASON PROSECUTION. PARIS, July 11. A scene occurred in the Chamber of Deputies, and M. Loguerro (Boulangist) was expelled. The Government have decided to prosecute General Boulanger, Count Dillon, and M. Rochefort for treason. SEQUEL TO THE FIGHT. NEW YORK. July 11. Sullivan baa been arrested for taking part in the prize fight, but Kilrain managed to escape.

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HOME AND FOREIGN., Issue 7958, 13 July 1889

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HOME AND FOREIGN. Issue 7958, 13 July 1889

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