Home and Foreign.
O'Connor has challenged Searle to row him in America for LSOO a-side.
Gaudaur intends to challenge Searle to row him for 5,000d0l a-side in America. Matterson has accepted Bubear's challenge to row on the Thames within a month for L2OO aside.
j It is reported that Mr Macdonald, late t manager of' The Times,' has been engaged I to manage a Melbourne paper. ! It was expected for weeks before the jury Ii was Belected in the Cronin murder case that every juror would be challenged. In a five-mile bicycle race at the Maida , Vale ground, Paddington, James beat W. j Wood, covering the distance in lomin 3725e0.
It was the Newmarket Club, not New castle, on which the police made a raid.
The * World' states that Rubens's picture, the * Adoration of the Magi,' has been discovered in a chapel on the estate of Frederick Wells.
The cargo of wheat by the barque Enils court, from Timaru, sold at 325.
New Zealand frozen mutton is neglected. The present quotation is 5Jd. The man Pierce, who is stated to have fallen heir to a sum of L 1,300,000 in Sydney, has been discovered in Kettering, Northamptonshire, and has proved his identity. He sails for Australia at once. The Paris Exhibition closes at the end of October.
The political situation in Crete is im proving.
Sir George White, commander in Barman, declares that British authority is now firmly established, and the country is advancing in prosperity.
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YESTERDAY'S CABLES., Evening Star, Issue 8010, 12 September 1889
YESTERDAY'S CABLES. Evening Star, Issue 8010, 12 September 1889
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