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Home and Foreign.

In the sculling match between Mattereon and Bubear the former was favorite, 21 to 20 being laid on him. Mattereon was the first to get' away, and was never threatened at any part of the race, eventually winning easily by si; lengths, Time, 22min2sec; The Earl of Galloway, who was committed for trial on a charge of assaulting a girl, has been acquitted. • - The schoolbojs' strike shows signs Jof fizzling. Vice-admiral Sir John Erskine Baird, of the Channel squadron, and Rear-admiral Tracey have been instructed to Berlin and return the William's visit to the British fleet at Kiel.

The employes of the London bakers, at a mass meeting, decided to demand sixty hours as a week's work, and any time beyond that to be paid for as overtime. Unless their demand is granted, 'tjjwy will go out on strike. A partial increase of wages has been granted to the Flousberg dock laborers, who have resumed work.

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YESTERDAY'S CABLES., Issue 8039, 16 October 1889

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YESTERDAY'S CABLES. Issue 8039, 16 October 1889

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