Westport'a coal export for the past weekwaa 4.457 tons 10cwt. The' Wr/stpbrt Cai 1 Company shipped 4,080t0n9 15cwt and the! Cardiff Company 376 tons 15ewt. :! . • -' Dunedin Hospital returns-.—Patients re-maining-froth previous'wetk, 100; _ad- v , mitted during the past week, ISV"and' discharged, 15; total remaining, 93.:: : ■From. Greymouth -1,726.-'tons 6l coal and' 170,341 ft timber were exported.lastw'eek, T ' Mrs Emily Crawford, the Paris: correspondent of, the ', Daily. News,' thus neatly, ,compares England and France.: r-'.' France is the most canaervatiyepf all riatioDß.' Revolution is easy, bat 'change difficult. In England change is constantly going on, and that is why revolutions aie. almost impossible." ■ •'.._■.;. ..- ," . •-.- * r'r
An expert says: "I am almost:justified in stating that the Argentine Republic can afford to undersell the whole world's meat trade and remain sole caterer."
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BRIEF MENTION., Evening Star, Issue 10471, 15 November 1897
BRIEF MENTION. Evening Star, Issue 10471, 15 November 1897
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