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YESTERDAYS CABLES.

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The New Zealand Shipping Company’s cargo steamer Duke of Westminster will sail from Gravesend on 6th November for Cape of Good Hope, Algoa Bay, and New Zealand. The steamer is estimated to carry 26,000 carcasses of mutton, 100 tons of dairy produce, and 5,000 bales of wool. It is reported that King Louis I. of Portugal is dead. [Louis I, (Louis-Philippe-Marie-Fordinand-Piorre -D’Alcantara'-Antoine- Michel - RaphaelGabriel - Gonzaque - Xavier - Francois-D’Assise-Jean - Jules - Auguste - Volfando-De BraganzaBourbon), King of Portugal, is the second but eldest surviving son of Donna Maria 11., Queen of Portugal, and Dom Fernando, Prince of Saxe-Coburg, and was bom October, 1838. He succeeded to the throne on the death of bis brother, King Pedro V., in 1861, In 1862 he was married to Pia, youngest daughter of Victor Emmanuel, late King of Italy, by whom he has two sons —Carlos, born 1863, and Alfonso, born 1865. The King, when Duke of Oporto, visited England in 1854. He has pub- j lished translations of several of Shakespeare’s j plays.] The dock laborers who recently went out, on strike at Rotterdam have refused alliance with the Socialists, and have affiliated themselves with the English trade unions, Oakley Hall has instituted proceedings against Professor Bryce, who, in his American * Commonwealth,’ charged Hall, who is a member of the Tweed ring, with being afraid to return to America. Damages are fixed at L 20,000.

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YESTERDAYS CABLES., Issue 8040, 17 October 1889

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YESTERDAYS CABLES. Issue 8040, 17 October 1889

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