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[Pbb Pbess Asbooiation.—CopraioHT.l LONDON, November 3. Mr T. J. Byrnes, the Attorney-General of- Queensland, visited Mr Gladstone at Hawarden, when the ex-Premier, in the course of the interview, wished the colonies every prosperity, and added, that Australian progress under Home. Rule was the strongest argument in favor' of his policy with regard to Ireland. The 'Daily News' states that the Emperor of Austria intends to use his influence with a view to securing the prolongation of the treaty with Hungary. A steamer reports haviDg passed tho German squadron engaged in surveying Tongthu, thirty miles from Fuchan, China. The total quantity of wheat and flour afloat for the United Kingdom is 2,230,000 quarters, aud for the Continent 1,180,000 quarters. ! Australian and New Zealand Mortgage Agency Company's 4£ per cent, debentures, 109. Tallow quotations are unchanged.

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HOME AND FOREIGN., Issue 10462, 4 November 1897

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HOME AND FOREIGN. Issue 10462, 4 November 1897

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