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HOME AND FOREIGN.

M' l -' KIEfITRIO Tia.KOliAfH~Ci>FVUI''l«T. ! [SPECIAL TO PKESS ASSOCIATION.] THE DOCK LABORERS' STRIKE. LONDON, August 21. (Received August 22,1889, at 12 40 p.m.) Th;rty thousaud dock workmen are now on strike. SUPPRESSING BOULANGISM. ,„ a PARIS, August 21. AH the officers of the army suspected of Boulangist leaning have been cashiered. [Per Press Association.] SHELVED. LONDON, August 21. (Received August 22, 18S9, at 12.80 p.m.) The motion for the second reading of the Western Australian Enabling Bill has been postponed till Monday, which practically shelves the question for this session. Lord Knutaford is much annoyed at the postponement of the Bill. THE LIVERPOOL MURDER. LONDON, August 21. It is believed that the Lord Chancellor is in favor of reprieving Mrs Maybrick. The agitation for her reprieve is said to be greatly due to political feeling,f|because Sir Charles Russell, who is Mr Parnell's counsel, defended Mrs Maybrick. MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL. LONDON, August 21. The quantity of wheat and flour afloat for the United Kingdom is 1,864,000 quarters, and for the Continent 180,000 quarters; while the American visible supply amounts to 14,250,000 bushels.

I The Bank of New Zealand shares (old issue) are quoted at LlO.

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HOME AND FOREIGN., Issue 7992, 22 August 1889

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HOME AND FOREIGN. Issue 7992, 22 August 1889

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