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\By Train from Christchurch to Timaru.] (By Electric Telegraph.—Copyright.] [Per Press Association,] RAIDING A GAMBLING CLUB, LONDON, September S. The police made a raid on the Newcastle Club, and arrested forty-seven of the inmates. THE ANTWERP EXPLOSION. BRUSSELS, September 0. The excitement over the explosion at the cartridge factory at Antwerp is subsiding. The damage is enormous. SWIMMING THE NIAGARA RAPIDS. OTTAWA, September 8. A man named Brodie swam the Niagara Rapids and was unhurt. MR GLADSTONE. PARIS, Septembers. Mr Gladstone has been entertained at a banquet. THE MAURICE WOOD DISASTER. LONDON, September 9. Twenty-seven bodies have been recovered from the Maurice Wood Colliery, near Edinburgh. ILLNESS OF MR SPURGEON. LONDON, September 9. The Rev. Mr Spurgeon is in failing health. SEARLE AND O’CONNOR. LONDON, September 9. Both Searle and O’Connor are in splendid form. The former is the favorite of the Press. The weather is favorable, for the race,
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HOME AND FOREIGN., Evening Star, Issue 8008, 10 September 1889
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