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[BV Eifecfetb TKLfeditiiH—Copyeight.] f Special to Press Association.] PERSoSAfc. LONDON, SEI'TIiMBEB 15. Sir Wilfrid Lawson, M.P., the well
known temperance advocate, is in a pre carious state of health.
THE CRONIN MURDER TRIAL. CHICAGO, September 15. No less than 350 jurors were challenged in the Cronin murder case.
ATTACK ON THE ITALIAN PREMIER. ROME, September 15. Premier Crispi was struck by a etono in the street, but was only Blightly hurt. [Pkb Press Association, ) INVESTMENT OP TRUST FUNDS: LONDON, September 15. Sir Graham Berry (Victoria), Sir C. Mills (the Cape), and Sir C. Tupper (Canada) have been selected to act with Mr Goschen's Departmental Committee to report on the investment of trust funds in colonial securities. Mr Goschen requires the colonies to, secure to investors the right to recover in English Courts, and insists that only stocks that have reached a certain minimum shall lie eligible. TEtli GERMANS IN AFRICA. BERLIN, September 15. Prince Bismarck, replying to the Southwest Africa Company's request for imperial protection, said it was not part of Germany's colonial policy to introduce State institutions among uncivilised races. AQUATIC. NEW YORK, September 15. Gaudaur be it Teemer in a sculling match at M'Kee port. Teemer has, however, claimed the race on the ground that he was fouled by Gaudaur's trainer Hamen. A MINING EXHIBITION. LONDON, September 15. The Agents-General and foreign Consuls have been Bounded as to Whether the International Mining Exhibition in London in 1890 is likely to meet with outside support. LEGAL. LONDON, Sbhemmeb 15. Mr J. S. Udel has been gazetted AttorneyGeneral of Fiji. A RISE IN WAGES. LONDON, Shptkmber 15, The demand of the tailors for increased wages has been conoeded. MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL. LONDON, Shptemwhb 15. Kauri gum is slow of sale, and prices remain unchanged. The English wheat market is lifeless and the Continental unchanged, while the American is steady. Tallow.—Medium mutton, 26s 3d; medium beef, 24s 3d.
The market rate of discount for three months' bills is 3,j per cent,
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