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IBy Electric Teleurapu.—Copyright. [Per Press Association.) COMMERCIAL. LONDON, July 28. (Received July 20,1859, at 12.46 p.ra ) Tallow: Medium mutton, 2Gs; do beef, 24 s Gd. The English wheat market has undergone a general advance. The Continental has.ap upward tendency, but the American remains steady. • New Zealand wheat on the passage avenge i ; Australian flour, 23s 01 ; colonial peas average 32a Gd ; colonial oats, common sorts, average 22s 6d. Shares (average price): Union Steam Ship Company, Lld.lOs; New Zealand Shipping Company, L 4 ; Shaw, Savill, LB. INTERCOLONIAL. (By Eleotuio Telegraph—Copyright.) [Per Press Association. | SPORTING. SYDNEY, Jclv 29. (Received July 29, 1889, at 12.45 Fraud has been scratched for the Metropolitan Stakes. AS OTHERS SEE US. SYDNEY, July 29. The ‘ Daily Telegraph ’ lias an article on the improvement in the industrial and commercial position of New Zealand, which it thinks has been brought about almost wholly by agricultural expansion, coming concurrently with tho opening ot profitable markets in Australia. ILLEGALLY SEATED. MELBOURNE, July 29. Writs have been issued against Dr Lefevre, M.L.C., for Li 3,000, and Mr Butler for L 5,000, for sitting in Parliament while improperly qualified. The latter was recently unseated. FATAL LIFT ACCIDENT. MELBOURNE, July 29. Two men named Murphy and Watson were killed by a lift accident at the Palace Hotel. Their bodies were almost decapitated. WESTERN AUSTRALIA WANTS SYMPATHY. PERTH, July 29. The Legislative Council has passed resolutions requesting the Imperial Government to pass an Enabling Bill, and asking the L°gislatures of the various colonies to assist Western Australia in obtaining responsible government.

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HOME AND FOREIGN., Issue 7971, 29 July 1889

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HOME AND FOREIGN. Issue 7971, 29 July 1889

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