HOME AND FOREIGN.
: • A, Tempeiyatice Cbnv'ehtiori, inaugurated hei%,has( been largely attended by defer gates:^is^m;all;parisof the world: Among those. who spoke were several Australian delegates; ,-.■'•'-- u .... - / : ■•C"';' : -LbNi)dN : , : 6cxQBER 25.' §ir-Richard Henn Collins, one of the Justices of the Queen's Bench, succeeds as Lord Justice hot -.Appeal Sir Nathaniel Lindtey, the'•newlyj appointed Master of the Rolls. . ': '..-.. v. .:::.\. ' ■'.:. ..''."
Prince of Wales laid the foundation .Stone ,i of ..a;. Bluecoat Boys' School' at Horsham, j,;
A The remains of "Tasma" (Madame Gouvreur), the well;-known' Australian 'novelist and'writer, have been cremated. _; The resignation of Sir Henry Charles Lopes,- Judge of the Court of Appeal, is announced.' -.
\ Wheat' at Mark Lane is 9d dearer than" last week. -.- ■■;.". ;'
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HOME AND FOREIGN., Evening Star, Issue 10454, 26 October 1897
HOME AND FOREIGN. Evening Star, Issue 10454, 26 October 1897
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