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YESTERDAY'S CABLES.

Home and Foreign. In the Queen's Bench division, before Mr Justice Denman, application has been made for an injunction to restrain the directors of the Colonial Union Shipping Company from executing an agreement to hand over a portion of their business to the Tyser line. New Zealand frozen mutton is quoted at 4£d. It is intended to secure a Home Rule seat for Sir George Grey. The disposal of the strike surplus has been delayed, awaiting the production of a bala-nce-slacet. As yet no proposal has been made aa to how the money should be allocated. At the end of January, Mr Ingram, president of the Australian Society of Artists, will ship for Melbourne 400 paintings to be exhibited at the society's exhibition, which opens in March. The collection comprises paintings in oil and water colors by leading artists. Sir F. Leighton, Sir J. E. Millais, Sir John Gilbert, Sir James Linton, and Mr G. F. Watts are co-operating with Mr Ingram in securing the collection. Messrs Nelson Bros, (proprietors of large freezing works near Napier) declare a dividend of 10 per cent. Sir Vernon Harcourt, addressing a meeting at Carnarvonshire, expressed an opinion that the Church of Wales must cease. The party to which he belonged declined to disclose the details of their Home Rule policy until they were assured of a majority. H.M.S. Forth replaces H.M.S. Calliope on the Australian station.

Mr Walker, of Victoria, denies that an actual seizure has been made of the wine kiosk and wine bar. He states that the amount of M, Joubert's claim has been paid into Court pending the Judge's decision. At the close of the Paris Exhibition Sir F. Dillon Bell will present to the French museums the mineral collection of the New Zealand Government.

The Czar and party have left Bantzy for St. Petersburg. The route along which His Majesty proceeds is guarded by 50,000 troops. Tha 'Nord Deutch Zeitung' states that Great Britain and America concurred with Germany at the late Samoan Conference that Malfetoa, and not Mataafa, should be recognised aB King of Samoa. Four battalions of troops at Crete have broken out in mutiny and maltreated their officers. The men had been ordered to make roads, and this they refused to do. Seven hundred dock laborers have gone out on strike at Hamburg, demanding an increase of per hour.

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YESTERDAY'S CABLES., Issue 8042, 19 October 1889

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YESTERDAY'S CABLES. Issue 8042, 19 October 1889

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