HOME AND FOREIGN. Per Press Association.—Copyright.) LONDON, November 18. At a conference of delegates of the National Union Conservative Association and the Constitution Association a resolution was passed congratulating Mr Cecil Ehodes upon the completion of the railway to Bulawayo, thatiking the Government for. their. action, debouncing. the Belgian treaties, and recommending: the Government to introduce legislation fdr the control of alien immigration to the United Kingdom. In the Mark Lane Market to-day wheat was quoted at 6d cheaper for the week. 1 The American visible supply of wheat is 48,062,000 bushels. ; Field - marshal Lord Wolseley, Com-mander-in-Chief, recommends the Government to adhere to the voluntary system in the military service of Great Britain. _ A million’s Worth of 4 per cent. Treasury bills recently forwarded by the West Australian Government for disposal in the London market have been placed at £lOl. r .. The West Indian Sugar Commission are to reassemble under the chairmanship of Sir Henry Norman to consider further questions bearing on the industry which are propounded by Mr Chamberlain. A train conveying racehorses to the Lufi’enham (Rutlandshire) races was derailed. One horse was killed and several injured, but none of the favorites suffered. OTTAWA, November 18.The visit of Sir W. Laurier, tho Premier, to Washington, has ended without any particular result being arrived at with regard to the tariff relations between Canada and America. „ ,
ST. JOHNS, November 18. The Governor of Newfoundland, Sir Herbert Murray, has cancelled all acting appointments in the public service of "the colony made by Sir William Whiteway, the ex-Premier, before his resignation.
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TELEGRAPHIC, Evening Star, Issue 10475, 19 November 1897
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