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ANOTHER STRIKE ENDED. PARIS, October 29. (Reocived October SO, 1889, at 12.30 p.m.) The miners in the north of France, who lately went out on strike, have resumed work. THE KAISER. ATHENS, October 29. The Emperor of Germany will leave for Constantinople on Friday, A MAGNIFICENT GIFT. ATHENS, October 29. The Sultan has sent a present to the Empress of a diamond collar worth L 40.000. LOOKING AFTER THE SICK MAN. ST. PETERSBURG, October 29. It is reported that the Czar will pay a visit to the Sultan in the spring. RUSSIA'S GIBRALTAR. ST. PETERSBURG, October 29. Sebastopol has been reserved as an exclusively military port. Commercial trade will therefore be removed to Feodosia, a port on the east coast of the Crimea. TECHNICAL EDUCATION. LONDON, October 29. Mr Edward Steinfeld, ex president of the Victorian Chamber of Manufacturers, who has been investigating the technical education systems of America, Germany, and France, considers that that of the firetnained country is best adapted to the requirements of the Australasian colonies. f Special to Press Association.] DOCK LABORERS' WAGES. LONDON, October 29. (Received October SO, 1839, at noon.) The dispute at the Albert Dock is settled, but wages are not to be altered, A CANARD. LONDON, October 29. The statement that Lord Wolesley will visit Richmond on the occasion of the unveiling of the statue of General Lee is not confirmed. PERSONAL, LONDON, October 29. _ The Prince of Wales, accompanied by his sons, have started for Egypt. Mr Bradlaugh leaves for Bombay on November 14. The Duke of Edinburgh has recovered from his recent illness. FEDERAL DEFENCE. LONDON, October 29. _ The London Press generally applaud Sir H. Parkes's utterances at Brisbane on the subject of a Federal Army for Australia. THE IRISH TENANTS' LEAGUE. LONDON, October 29. Mr Sexton, M.P., presided over the meeting of the Tenants' Convention at Thurles. It was decided to levy 3d per £ on the rateable value of the holdings for the purpose of providing funds. NAVAL. LONDON, October 29. The Australian cruiser Phoenix was launched at Glasgow to-day. PROCTOR'S WIDOW. LONDON, October 29. A fund is being raised for the widow of R. A. Proctor, the astronomer. THE RUSSIAN HEIR APPARENT. STRASBURG, October 29. _ A rumor is current that the Czarcwitch is to marry the Princess Marie Gracie, but it is not confirmed. INTERCOLONIAL. [By Electric Telegraph.—Copyright.] [Per Press Association.] SOUTH AUSTRALIAN PARLIAMENT. ADELAIDE, October 30. The Paymert of Members and the Abolition of Imprisonment for Debt Bills have been read a third time in the Assembly, A CONTINUOUS SITTING. BRISBANE, October 30. Stonewalling on the Railway Loan Bill continues. INTERPROVINCIAL. [Per United Press Association.] WELLINGTON, October 30. Captain Crowell of the barque Wakefield died this morning. He had [been in illhealth on the voyage from New York. He was owner of the Wakefield and another vessel.
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