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[Pub Press Ass6bUiiqh.---CoFYBiQHt.] . LONDON, OCTOBER 28. The annual- report, of, Dalgety and Ob. shows the profits to be £96,860. A dividend of 8 per cent was declared, and it was recommended that be carried forward. ... % . Australian rabbits are weak of sale at' 10Jd. English supplies are plentiful British troops who were quartered at Canea and Heraklion (Crete) owing, to the unsettled condition of affairs in the island will shortly return to Malta: Charles J. Darling, Q.G.', 'member for Deptford in the House Of. Commons, has been appointed to succeed Mr Justice Collins as one of the Judges of thu.Queen’S Bench Division of the fiigh Court of Justice. .
CAPE TOWN, October 28. " The South African Political Association strongly condemn , the indenturing of Bechuana prisoners captured during the recent rising against the British. They state that many indentured Natives did not share in the rebellion. Mr J. Roseinnea, the Under-Secretary for Native Affairs, replying to the statement of the Association,, states that the indenturing system has not yet received a fair trial
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HOME AND FOREIGN., Evening Star, Issue 10457, 29 October 1897
HOME AND FOREIGN. Evening Star, Issue 10457, 29 October 1897
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