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THE SILVER QUESTION.

SWIMMING.

[Per Press Association.—Copyright.)

NEW YORK, September 14. The United States Special Currency Commissioners to Europe desire to elicit whether the Australasian colonies will open their mints-for the free coinage of silver if an international agreement is arranged on the.basis of a ratio of 15i to 1.

LONDON, September 14. In a letter to ‘The Times,’ Mr Henry R. Grenfell, one of the directors of the Bank of England, expresses a doubt as to whether the directors will come to any decision to make a change in their reserves.

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THE SILVER QUESTION. SWIMMING., Issue 10420, 15 September 1897

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THE SILVER QUESTION. SWIMMING. Issue 10420, 15 September 1897

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