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INVESTMENT OP TRUST FUNDS, LONDON, September 17.
(Received September 18, 1889, at 12.5 p.m.)
It is probable that Sir F. D. Bell will be appointed to represent New Zealand on the Investment of Trust Funds Committee.
THE GERMANS IN AFRICA. ZANZIBAR, September 17. Captain Wissman, the German commander, has destroyed Porte Konditgch in consequence of the Natives furnishing supplies to the Arab insurgents.
RELIGIOUS RIOTS AT DELHI. CALCUTTA, September 17.
A serious riot took place yesterday at Rohtuk, near Delhi, between the Mahoraeddana and Hindoos, on the occasion of the great Moslem festival of Muharram. The police fired on the mob, killing and wounding many of them. It is feared that similar riots will take place at Delhi, and precautionary measures are being taken.
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THE LABOR TROUBLES. LONDON, September 17. (Received September 18,1889, at 12.40 p.m.)
The friction between the strikers and “blacklegs ” continues, and the latter have been mobbed and ordered to quit, in order to prevent riots. The ironworkers in Lysaght’s galvanised iron establishment have struck for an advance of Id per ton for dipping.
PARIS, September 17. The Exhibition awards will be presented on September 29, and the occasion will be celebrated by a pageant displaying the costumes of the various countries represented at the Exhibition,
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