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[St Elkotbio Tklkobaph—Oopybioht.J f Peb Press Association, i THE CONVERSION LOAN. LONDON, October 25. (Reoelved October 26, 1889, at 12.25 p.m.) Tenders for the 3$ per cent. New Zealand conversion loan were opened to-day. The amount ti.-ndc.L-ed v.-as L4,900,00l). Those ax 1.90 8d (id will receive 21 per ennt., above that in full, The loan in quoted at r.boni; hud i>ie-:iiu!ii.

BAD ADVICE. LONDON, October 25. Earl Derby, speaking at Liverpool, in referring to the rejection of the Western Australian Enabling Bill, said that the only way to create a strong and Imperial reeling in Australia was to maintain the doctrine that England must keep her hold of Australian lands as a dumping ground for English paupers. He hoped that time would see the mutual distrust which now delayed Australian federation overcome.

A STRIKE SETTLED. LONDON, October 25. The strike of Bristol dockmea has been satisfactorily settled.


LONDON, October 25.

The Irish Parliamentary party met at Dublin to-day, when resolutions establishing the Tenants' Defence Association were carried.

THE CRONIN MURDER TRIAL. NEW YORK, October 25, (Reoelved Ootober 26, 1889, at 12.45 p.m.)

In his opening address in the charges preferred against the twelve men held for the murder of Dr Cronin, State Attorney Lonquecker declared that Alexander Sullivan, Reilly, and Boland composed a triangle (sic) of the Clan-na-Gael, who had betrayed the men sent on dynamite missions to England in order that they might steal the funds. Dr Cronin, he said, had intimated his intention of exposing the disappearance of a quarter of a million dollars, and it was this that led up to his death.


NEW YORK, October 25.

The supporters of O'Connor have decided to offer a monster purse as an inducement to Searle, Teemer, Gaudaur, and others to meet O'Connor in a sculling contest on Toronto Bay.

LABOR TROUBLES IN BELGIUM. BRUSSELS, October 25. It is feared that a general strike of Belgian miners will shortly take place.

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HOME AND FOREIGN., Issue 8048, 26 October 1889

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HOME AND FOREIGN. Issue 8048, 26 October 1889

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