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YESTERDAY’S CABLES.

Home ami Foreign, freights to the colonies have been raised 2s 6d per ton. .. A committee representing the Australian section of the London Chamber of Commerce has been appointed to confer with shipowners upon the proposed amendments in bills of lading. The ‘Daily News’ urges the British Government to interfere for the purpose of putting a stop to the outrages in Crete. _ Mr Burns is organising a women s union. Which already includes match, flower, and mantlemakers. . . , The Holyhead breakwater was injured during the recent storm. _ i The women workers in the East of London are organising for the purpose of securing shorter hours and better pay. It is reported that hundreds of Russians and Armenians, disguised as pilgrims, have crossed the bcr '.-v of Turkey in Asia with the design of puni '.-.mg the Kurds of Moussa Bey’s tribe for the outrages committed on the Armenian population. The Emperor of Germany paid a visit to the British fleet at Kiel, and entertained the officers at a banquet.

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YESTERDAY’S CABLES., Issue 8034, 10 October 1889

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YESTERDAY’S CABLES. Issue 8034, 10 October 1889

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