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YESTERDAY'S CABLES.

dome and Foreign.

The Prince of Monaco is dead, and gambling has been abolished in the Principality. The wife of the man Pearco, who has succeeded to a fortune of over a million in Sydney, committed suicide in June last on account of poverty. New Zealand cheese averages 435. No butter is offering at present. Mrs Bethel (of Melbourne), Mr Edwards (of Wellington), and Mr Morton (who came Home with Mr Cowen from the Melbourne Exhibition) have been allotted leading parts in Randegger's operetta ' Rival Antics.' It is reported that Stanley is marching on Mombaza, a seaport in North Zanzibar, after having conquered his way through Unyoro and Uganda kingdoms. It is doubtful if Emin Pasha is with him. The Rev. Mr Barfield, known as an active Liberal Unionist lecturer, has disappeared for the last fortnight. Mr H. Fitzwilliam, M.P. for Peterborough, has been killed by a fall from his horse.

The Prefect of the Seine has refused to accept the nominations of Boulanger and Kocbforfc for the coming election.

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YESTERDAY'S CABLES., Issue 8011, 13 September 1889

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YESTERDAY'S CABLES. Issue 8011, 13 September 1889

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