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HOME AND FOREIGN.

[By Electric Telegraph.— Copyright.] [Per Press Association.]

PERSONAL.

LONDON, October 13.

(Received October 14, 1889, at noon.)

Sir J. Boehm's memorial bust of the late W. B. Dalley, of New South Wales, will be erected in St, Paul's Cathedral in January.

A FUTILE PROTEST.

BELGRADE, October 13,

Ex-King Milan insisted on the Servian Regents prohibiting an interview between the young Monarch and his mother, exQueen Natalie, asserting that the latter was insane. Subsequently he gave way, and the interview took place.

KAISER AND CZAR. BERLIN, October 13.

The Czar has arrived at Berlin, where he and the Emperor William have had a long and cordial interview.

BISMARCK AND THE FRENCH ELECTIONS.

BERLIN, October 13.

Prince Bismarck thinks that the Royalist party in France will support the moderate Republican element, and enable the assistance of the Radicals to be dispensed with.

NAVAL.

LONDON, October 13,

H.M.S. Anson, one of the finest type of modern ironclads, which got ashore yesterday at Kiel (the German naval port), is uninjured, and it is expected that she will be floated off without difficulty shortly.

COMMERCIAL. LONDON, October 13.

New Zealand Hemp : L2B 15b to L 29. The English wheat market has experienced a general advance of 6d per quarter. The Continental market is inactive, but the American is firm.

Three months' bills are quoted at 3$ per cent.

Tallow: Medium mutton, 255; beef, 23s 9d.

Up to date 223,400 bales of wool hav« been catalogued, and 213,400 sold.

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HOME AND FOREIGN., Evening Star, Issue 8037, 14 October 1889

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HOME AND FOREIGN. Evening Star, Issue 8037, 14 October 1889

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