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YESTERDAY’S CABLES

Homo md Foreign.

Tho election of Count Dillon has been confirmed on the second ballot.

The wife of Canon Holland, of St. Paul’s, has joined the Roman Catholic Church. Mr Burns says that before applying a small portion of the strike fund surplus to assist other strikers, it is necessary that Australia should be consulted. Twelve hundred bales of New Zealand hemp have been sold at an advance of L2 to L 3 on late rates.

New Z -aland mutton is unchanged. Beef—forequarters hindquarters 4Jd. At the woolsalca prices remain firm. The demand is active, and there haVc been very few withdrawals.

Further shipments of gold to the extent of L 300.000 were sent to Rio Janeiro to-day.

H. Rochefort’s election for Belleville has been annulled. The ‘ Kolmscbe Zeitoug ’ states that Russia is preparing a double line of strategic railways on the German frontier, which will be ready for use next spring. The Servian Cabinet decided not to permit ex-King Milan to remove the young King Alexander from the capital, and have determined to request ex-Queen Natalie to postpone, her proposed visit to December. Nows from China reports that the floods at Ningpo are the most disastrous experienced in forty years. AVhole families have perished, and corpsea are lying unburied in all directions.

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YESTERDAY’S CABLES, Issue 8024, 28 September 1889

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YESTERDAY’S CABLES Issue 8024, 28 September 1889

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