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l"By Eleoteio Telegraph—Copyright.] [Per Pbess Association.] FATAL TEAMWAY ACCIDENT. CINCINNATI, October 17. (Reeelvod October 18, 1889, at 12.30 p.m.) The cable broke on an inclined tramway in this city yesterday, and the car running down the slope was dashed to pieces. Ten passengers were killed. [Special to Press Association,] SHIPPERS' CONFERENCE. LONDON, October I' 7. (Received October 18,1889, at 12 30 p.m.) The Shippers' Committee have been reelected, the meeting of those interested being unanimously of opinion that their operations have been beneficial. The Chamber of Commerce and brokers are discussing the questions of the pilfering of cargo, over-carrying, short delivery, and the indemnity to be paid by the State for the employment of merchant steamers in war time.
FRENCH PENAL SETTLEMENTS. PARIS, October 17.
The practice of assigning convicts to free colonists in Noumea is to be abandoned. Wives will be encouraged to accompany settlers, and convict marriages will be checked,
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HOME AND FOREIGN., Evening Star, Issue 8041, 18 October 1889
HOME AND FOREIGN. Evening Star, Issue 8041, 18 October 1889
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