HOME AND FOREIGN.
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SPORTING. LONDON, October 24. (Received October 25,1889, at noon.)
At the Newmarket-Houghton meeting to day the Cambridgeshire Stakes was won by Laureate, Claribel being second, and Theophiluß third.
«THE TIMES '-PARNELL COMMISSION
LONDON, October 24. ' The Times '-Parnell Commission resumed their sittings to-day, when Mr J. G. Biggar, M.P. for Cavan West, delivered an address in defence of the charges against himself.
THE FUTURE OF SWAZILAND. LONDON, October 24. ' The Times' protests against the proposal to hand over Swaziland to the Transvaal. PERSONAL. LONDON, October 24. Mr Bernard V. Shaw, formerly Commissioner of Police for the Cape Town district, has been appointed to a similar position in New Guinea. He is a son of Captain Shaw of the London Fire Brigade.
THE GERMAN ARMY.
BERLIN, October 24.
The Army Estimates brought down in the Reichstag provide for an extraordinary military vote of 7,000,000 marks.
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