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HOME AND FOREIGN.

(Ry Electric Telegraph.— Copyright.]

[Per Press Association.]

COMMERCIAL. LONDON, October G, (Received October 7,1889, at 1.16 p.m.)

The English wheat market is changing a little for the worse, and American is also depressed. Continental is, however, steady. Fine New Zealand flour (stone-made) is quoted at 24s 6d.

THE WOOL SALES,

LONDON, October C,

Up to date 220,600 bales have been catalogued for the present series of wool auctions, of which 136,800 have been sold.

THE LATEST THING IN STRIKES. LONDON, October 6.

The school children in Scotland who struck last week are intimidating the children attending the girls’ schools. The movement is spreading in England,

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HOME AND FOREIGN., Evening Star, Issue 8031, 7 October 1889

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HOME AND FOREIGN. Evening Star, Issue 8031, 7 October 1889

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