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CONDENSED CABLEGRAMS.

. Sir M. Hicks-Beaoh, replying to a memomi presented to him with reference to bimetallism, said the Government would at an early date fully explain their currency proposals. A riotous scene occurred in the Austrian Keichratb, The old Czechs and Nationalists tore »p the desks in the Chamber, and engaged in a hand-to-hand fight. The sittine was suspended. ° Melbourne < Age,' in. an article on Mr S u ddo^. B S naDClal Stat en>ent, says that altogether the course of legislation promised, and perfect the work of the past seven, which seems to have lifted New Zeafcnd.trat of the slough of financial despondency and placed it in the van of Australian, industrial progress.

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CONDENSED CABLEGRAMS., Issue 10451, 22 October 1897

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CONDENSED CABLEGRAMS. Issue 10451, 22 October 1897

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