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TRADE WITH CANADA.

THE CANADIAN DUTY ON WOOL

ABOLISHED.

[By Elbotrio Telegraph—Oopybioht,] [Peb Press Association, i

OTTAWA, November 1

Mr Sargood Fleming and two members of the House of Commons representing commercial intorests will accompany Mr J. J. Abbott, leader of the Government in the Senate, who has been appointed a Commissioner to visit Australia for the purpose of promoting relations with the colonies. They expect to arrive in Sydney in March. It is reported that Sir Samuel Leonard, Lieutenant Governor of New Brunswick, has consented to join the mission. The Government of the Dominion have removed the import duty on wool in order to encourage the Vancouver trade.

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TRADE WITH CANADA., Issue 8055, 4 November 1889

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TRADE WITH CANADA. Issue 8055, 4 November 1889

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