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CONDENSED CABLEGRAMS.

The ship Cordelia foundered off Valparaiso owing to her ballast shifting during a gale. All the crew excepting the first and second mates and the captain were drowned. Mr Edward Priestman, who is acting under power of attorney for the Rev! Edward Williams, a Catholic priest, of Devonshire, yesterday obtained the sanction of the New South Wales Court to have William Cresswell, a lunatic in the Parramatta Asylum, whom Mr Priestman claims to be Sir Roger Tichbornc, examined, to discover if the marks on his body correspond with those on Tichborne. _ A duel which had been arranged between Sm Robert Peel and the Duke of Corella, a Neapolitan noble, has been declared off. Sir R. Peel apologised, having discovered that he bad made a mistake in regard to the causes which led to the arrangement for the duel. The election for the vacancy in the Exchange Division of Liverpool in the House of Commons, caused by the appointment of Mr J, C. Bingham (late member) as successor to Justice Cave, resulted in Mr M‘Arthur, tho Unionist candidate, defeating Mr Rea, the Radical, by a majority of 54. The American visible supply of wheat is 44,919,000 bushels. French and German newspapers, commenting on Lord Salitbury’s Guildhall speech, speak of it as 'conciliatory and pacific. -

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CONDENSED CABLEGRAMS., Issue 10469, 12 November 1897

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CONDENSED CABLEGRAMS. Issue 10469, 12 November 1897

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