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YESTERDAY’S GABLES

Home and Foreign. Fourteen hundred bales of New Zealand hemp have been sold at full rates. The Board of Trade has issued a circular warning all railway companies to fir points and signals under the interlocking system, and to adopt the continuous brakes; also, to print the price of a ticket on its face. They have also intimated their intention of enforcing the recent Act passed by the Imperial Parliament. Before the ‘Times’-Parnell Commission Michael Davitt stated that Pigott had admitted to his servant haying confessed to the proprietors of ‘ The Times ’ that the letters published by that paper cn ‘ ParCrime’ weio forgeries before the trial of O’Donnell took place. In the election for Brighton Mr Gerald Loder (Conservative) was returned by 7,182 votes against 4,080 polled by tho Home Buie candidate, [Sir William T. Robertson was returned unopposed for this constituency in 1886. At the general election Sir \V, T, Marriott, the Conservative candidate elected, polled 5,875 votes to 2,633 polled by Mr Hall, a Gladstonite 1 The average of the New Zealand conversion loan was L9S 16s Bd. A syndicate tendered for two millions.

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YESTERDAY’S GABLES, Issue 8049, 28 October 1889

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YESTERDAY’S GABLES Issue 8049, 28 October 1889

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