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(Phb Phkss Association.—Copybight.) PARIS, November 4. The Government have given orders for the immediate supply of 200 torpedoes from the Fiume (in Orotia) Manufacturing Depot. LONDON, November 4. From Lagos it is reported that the French authorities are ejecting the Natives froin the. Royal Niger Company's territory, and'f have occupied Saki and Hassi in the Yoruba country. Out of a total of 1,800 cases of typhoid at Maidstone 125 have resulted fatally. The outward steamers of the Orient line will commence calling at Marseilles on the 26th inst., and the first homewardbound steamer calls at tho French port on December 13. The American visible supply of wheat is 4,609,000 bushels. Silver, 2s 2§d per oz. BERLIN, November 4. The Usumbara Railway in German West Africa has proved a failure, and the Reichstag has been asked to complete the line. _ ATHENS, November 3. The commission appointed to delimit the Greek-Turkish frontier have assigned the town of Negeros to Turkey. MADRID, November 4. One hundred and twelve Anarchists who were arrested in connection with the throwing of a bomb in the Cathedral at Barcelona in June last, whereby six persons were killed, have been released. CALCUTTA, November 4. The trial is proceeding at Poona of the Brahmin advocate Darnedar Chapkedar, who recently confessed to the murder of Mr Rand and Lieutenant Ayerst, tho two special plague officers who were killed duriug the riots among the Natives. The accused Brahmin has admitted the truth of his confession. ST. JOHNS, November 4. Sir James Winter will succeed Sir William Whiteway as Premier of Newfoundland. NEW YORK. November 4. As a result of tho election, stocks on the New York Exchange have declined over 1 per cent, all round, and the newspapers have generally denounced tho Tammany Hall candidate.
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