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[Bv pbpTtiioHs.l [SpeclaL to Phfesfi AsfiboiATioN. | A BRADLAUGH RELIEF FU^D. LONDON, October 30. (Received l&tobef 31, 1889, at IV.SO p.m.) A fund is being raised in aid of Mf Bfadlaugh. THE OLPHERT EVICTIONS. LONDON, October 30. _ The evictions on Mr Olphcrt’s estates in Ireland continue;,. Determined resistance is offered bjr tkniinta; fine! four Houses had to be set on fire to drive the oefeopfints out,’ THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH. ~ i October 30. The Lisbon correspondent, of 4 The Titnes’ says that tho Duke of Edinburgh fainted in Lisbon Palace, and severely bruised his face by falling. THE C&E?A^TROUBLE. , LONDON, October 30. It is reported that outrages by the Turkish soldiery in Crete have been put a stop to, [Feb Phnaa Asttod ation. | CANADA AND THE AUSTRALIAS. OTTAWA, OcioBER 30. (Received October 81, 1889, at noon.) Lord Stanley, Governor - General of Canada; speaking at Vancouver, said he was glad to see ihat the Dominion Government intended to dilltlVate tfade relations with Australia. THE GERMANS IN SOUTH AFRICA. CAPE TOWN, October 30. The high-handed treatment of British subjects in Damaraland by Germany is creating irritation in the minds of colonists here. A BIG MOtfe WASHINGTON, OfcroffEß 30. It is reported that Krupp, the well-known Gentian caflnon founder, intends to establish a gun factory in Pittsburg (Pennsylvania). AN AUSTRALIAN CRICKET TEAM. LONDON, October 30. The County Cricket Council will not consider Boyle’s, letter relative to the formation of another Australian Eleven for England until December. Lord Harris infers from this that the counties are not unanimous in favor of the proposed trip. AN ADVANCE IN WAGES. LONDON, October 30. The London and North-western Railway Company have increased the wages of their drivers and firemen by 3s per week. THE GWEEDORE MURDER. LONDON, October 30. Coll, convicted of manslaughter during the disturbance at Gweedore, at which Inspector Martin lost bis life, has been sentenced to ten years’ penal servitude. The others implicated were sentenced to terms ranging from seven years to six months. Father M'Fadden has been released on bail. IRISH LEGISLATION. LONDON, October 30. It is officially announced that an Irish Land Purchase Bill will be introduced next year. MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL. LONDON, October 30. (Received October 31, 1889, at 1 p.m.) The total amount of wheat and flour afloat is for the United Kingdom 1,808,000 quarters, and for the Continent 656,000 quarters. The total amount of American visible supply is 24,000,000 bushels. The money market is firmer owing to the continued withdrawals of gold for export. Three months’ bills are quoted at 21 per cent.
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HOME AND FOREIGN., Evening Star, Issue 8052, 31 October 1889
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