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GREAT BRITAIN’S REVENUE. LONDON, October 1: (Received October 2, 1889, at noota.)
The revenue qf Great Britain for the last quarter is L 94.000 in excess of the same period last year.
LONDON, October 1
A Mrs Todd, of Sydney, in a letter to the ‘ Standard,’ denounces the insolence and incapacity of servants in the colonies, and appeals to the ladies of England to organise a society for the purpose of sending out respectable domestics to colonial ladles who Will gilarantcb situations and passage money.
(■Special to Press Association.] PARNELL DEFENCE FUND. LONDON, October 1. (Received October 2,1889, at noon.) The Parnell defence fund, which has reached L 41,000, is now closed.
POLITICAL. LONDON, October 1. Mr J, E. Burns will contest tho Battersea seat.
AN UNFORTUNATE END. LONDON, October 1
Darby Shelley, who was once nominated to the governorship of South Australia, died insane at the Broadmoor Criminal Lunatic Asylum.
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