HOME AND FOREIGN.
[By Electric Telegraph.— Copyright. [Special to Press Association.] A SIGNIFICANT ADMISSION. LONDON, July 20. (Received July 27,1889, at roou )
Mr Soamcs, solicitor for ' The Times,' has admitted that 'TheTimes's' witnesses before the Commission were paid in all L40,0G0.
THE CHINESE DIFFICULTY.
LONDON, July 26,
Sir J. Fergus3on, in answer to a question in the House of Commons, said that th; position with regard to Chinese emigration to the colonies. waß unaltered. He was in favor of comnecial (tic) labor being employed in Northern Australia, where tho climate was unsuited to white men.
LONDON, July 26,
The lion. J. White, of Sydney, has entered three horses for the Grand Prix de Paris next year. MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL. LONDON, July 26. (Ilcoiilved July 27, 1889, at 1 p m.j The total amount of reserve in the Bank of England is L 13,632,000. The proportion of reserve to liabilities is 37.x percent. Consols are at 98£ and active. New Zealand 4 per cent, inscribed stock 100, and active. Australian wheat (ex store), 39a 6d ; New Zealand do, long berried (ex store), 393. Market firmer.
Copper, L4l (quiet). Tin, L9O 10s. Sugar: German beet, 21b (depressed owing to "bearing" operations on Continental markets); Java do, 235, . No. I Best Scotch pig iron (f.o.b, m Clyde), 4<ls 9d.
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