HOMS AND FOREIGN.
[By Electric Telegraph.—Copyright.] [Special to Press Association.]
LABOR TROUBLES. LONDON, September 30.
(Roocived October X, 1889, at 12.40 p.ra.)
The cotton strike in Lancashire is only partial. The operatives are attempting to coerce non-unionist masters into employing none but unionists.
ROTTERDAM, September 30.
The dock laborers have been offered 4d per hour, and demand fid. English dockmen are being imported to supply their place.
OBITUARY. PARIS, September 30, General Paidherbe is dead, aged seventy one years,
THE PARIS EXHIBITION.
PARIS, September 30.
During the ceremony of presenting prizes to-day, President Carnot and MM. Tirard and Britain returned thanks on behalf of France to those who had shown goods at the Exhibition. [Per Press Association.] THE PRIMACY OF AUSTRALIA. LONDON, September 30. (Received October 1, 1889, at 12.15 p.m.) Canon Smith, who has been selected for the Primacy of Australia, states that his ordination will be deferred until the Archbishop of Canterbury has ascertained in what the alleged irregularity of the election consists. TROUBLE AT AN EVICTION. LONDON, September 30. A verdict of wilful murder has been returned against a police inspector and a constable for shooting a boy during a disturbance at a sale on a farm in Tipperary from which the tenants had been evicted. Warrants have been issued for their arrest.
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