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YESTERDAY'S CABLES

Homo and Foreign.

Mr Bradlaugh is better. The Earl of Falmouth is reported to be dying. There will be a sale of wool at Antwerp on November 14 to clear 2,300 bales from the River Plate. No Australian will be offered. Sir W. Buller has been offered a commanderßhip in the Legion of Honor, thus recognising in the most flattering terms his services to the cause of science. There is a great display of indignation at the inclusion of officials holding minor positions in different courts in the distribution of Paris Exhibition honors. Mr Kennaway is likely to be admitted a Chevalier of the Legion.

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YESTERDAY'S CABLES, Issue 8057, 6 November 1889

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YESTERDAY'S CABLES Issue 8057, 6 November 1889

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