Some &iid Foreign
The Now Zealand 3£ per cent, conversion loan is now quoted at a premium of '2\ per cent.
The Tenants' League Convention will hold their meeting at Thurles. Twenty-eight priests are ex officio members. Mr Burns 'is organising the railway employes. Severe gales have been experienced in the West of England. Two steamers, named tho West Poole Mid Aurora, have been wrecked, at tlfraeoiubc, in the Bristol Chsncftl.
A supposed case of leprosy wliL-h has been reported at Brentwood, in Essex, is ooMsuniin:-; considerable discussion.
Eleven out of the twelve jurors in the Cro'du murder <'i»se have been .selected. Di- Si,».''.l has informed tho French Ai'w'v.my of Medicine that he lias discovered the microbe of smallpox, A futile attempt has be;:n made to upset a train by which ix-Qieen Natalie was travelling. Prince Ferdinand has arranged a Bulgarian loan of orw million at G per cent. A lunatic named iveivna fired at Prince William of Wurtemburg, but missed him.
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YESTERDAY'S CABLES., Evening Star, Issue 8044, 22 October 1889
YESTERDAY'S CABLES. Evening Star, Issue 8044, 22 October 1889
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