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[J3v Etfe'oTßio Telegraph.—CoPYßioHf.l [Per Press Association, | 11THE EASTERN AROHIPELAGfck November 2. (Ilficeivcd November 4, 1889, at noon.) The ' Spectator' considers the impending Dominion of Australia will become natural heir to the rich Eastern Archipelago, and Europe will be powerless to prevent ft.


Sir Polydorc De Keyser, eK,Lord Mayor of London, Sir G. Bbrfy, and Sir Y. D. Bell have tech admitted as Commanders of thß Legion of Honor; Messrs Walker and Hislop as Officers ; and Messrs R. Reid, Custella, and Malfroy as Chevaliers of the same Order. Sir James Hector, Sir G. Bowen, and Messrs Kenuaway, Aubrey, and Huybers have been awarded gold palms as officers of public institutions; and Messrs Lloyd and Purchase, attendants at the Now|Zealand Court, silver palms for holding similar positions.

COMMERCIAL. LONDON, November 2. (Received November i, 1889, at 1.30 p.m.) Nbw Zealand wheat, on the passage, average price, 36d Gd ; peas, 33s 6d. Tallow : Mutton, medium quality, 245; beef, 23s Gd.

THE UNITED STATES AND" THE ARGENTINE REPUBLIC. WASHINGTON, November 3. (Received November *, 1839, at 1 p.m.) The United States delegate to the PanAmerican Conference stated that if Argentine wool entered into rivalry with that of the United States it would still be admitted free, if the Argentine Republic in return would admit free goods manufactured from it.

THE SALVATION ARMY MEETINGS PROHIBITED. GENEVA, November 3. The State Council has prohibited all Salvation Army meetings.


LONDON, November 8,

Bishop Moorehouse and his wife opened the church bazaar at Rochdale yesterday. Tho bishop made use of the occasion to dofend the practice of holding bazaars for the purpose of raising funds.

A PROTEST. LONDON, November 3.

Lord Salisbury has protested against the declaration of a German protectorate over the East African coast, from Vitu to Tokesniagie.


The balance-sheet of the recent strike is nearly completed. The Australian contributions amounted to L24,6G0. The balance in hand is L 6.500. The dock officials in future will not recognise non-unionists.


Burke has beeh clearly identified as Williams, the man who rented tho cottage where Dr Cronin was murdered. State ; Attorney Longnccker states that the prosecutor said he did not believe Gillctt's evidence.

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HOME AND FOREIGN., Issue 8055, 4 November 1889

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HOME AND FOREIGN. Issue 8055, 4 November 1889

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