HOME AND FOREIGN.
By Kuwyjuo Tni.BaiAPH.—CoPYuiami.l [Per Press Association. |
A SMART PASSAGE. LONDON, November 4. (Ilreohvd Novcniljor (i, 1881), at 12.1S p.m.)
The ship Opawa, which left Napier on August 2-1, has arrived all well, and her refrigerator has worked well; consequently her cargo of frozon mutton has arrived in prime condition. The Opawa has made one of the smartest passages Home for some time, arriving within seventy-two days.
PHYLLOXERA IN HUNGARY. VIENNA, November 5. Phylloxera is prevalent in Hungary, and lias wasted quite half of the vineyards. It is also extending in the Southern provinces and Styrfa.
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HOME AND FOREIGN., Evening Star, Issue 8057, 6 November 1889
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