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fßv Electric Telegraph.—Copyright. ] I Per Press Association, i PERSONAL, LONDON, September 28. (Received September 30, 1889, at 10 a.m.) Prince Albert Victor is about to pay a visit to Burmah, THE FORTH BRIDGE COMPLETED. LONDON, September 28, The great Forth Bridge is now finished. A PEER IN TROUBLE. LONDON, September 28. The Earl of Galloway has been charged with assaulting a girl, LABOR TROUBLES IN HOLLAND. ROTTERDAM, September 28. The dock laborers here have struck for an advance of 2£d. In consequence of their stoning the police, the latter fired on the rioters, and also bayoneted some of them. Socialists are excluded from the movement, RACIAL TROUBLES. WASHINGTON, September 28, A negro riot has taken place at the Pratt Mines at Birmingham, The place was set on fire, and in revenge the white population are murdering the negroes, A force of military has been despatched to the scene of the disturbance. PERSONAL. LONDON, September 29, (Received September SO, 1889, at 12.16 p.m.) The will of Richard Pigott, the forger of the Parnell letters, was proved under L 2.000. PROCEEDINGS AGAINST A NEWSPAPER. LONDON, September 29. Mrs Georgina Weldon has obtained an injunction against the ‘New York Herald’ for alleging that she was married three times and twice divorced. The paper also states that the death of Weldon, her third husband, about which there were circumstances which drew public attention to the widow, was due to natural causes. MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL. LONDON, September 29. (Received September SO, 1889, at 12.15 p.m.) The English wheat market has an upward tendency, Continental is advancing, and American is also changing for the better. The money market continues with a rising tendency. Three months’ bills are quoted at per cent. Tallow: Medium mutton, 24s fid; beef, 245.

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HOME AND FOREIGN., Issue 8025, 30 September 1889

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HOME AND FOREIGN. Issue 8025, 30 September 1889

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