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A telegram was received on Saturday night at tho Royal Servian Legation in London, from the Minister of Foreign Affairs

A telegram was received on Saturday night at tho Royal Servian Legation in London, from the Minister of Foreign Affairs

at. Belgrade,as follows :—"Negotiation with Anglo- Austrian Bank with regard to salt monopoly favourablyconcluded."
December 31, 1889 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
THE CORN TRADE.

THE CORN TRADE.

[FROM YKSTKIiO \.\'s "MAKE I.AXK Evl'litSS ] With the New Ye»r col.l wont to strengthen, and the mean temperature of English January is below that ot December. But the chief feature of the last fortnight has been the spread of mild weather instead of cold. The temperature has ri
December 31, 1889 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
STANLEY AND EMIN.

STANLEY AND EMIN.

Zanzibar, Monday. Mr. Stanley and Colonel Smith left here to-day for Mombasa en route Egypt.
December 31, 1889 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
FOUR MEN DROWNED.

FOUR MEN DROWNED.

John Williams, gamekeeper Sir Richard Bulkeley, two brothers named Owen, and a fourth man name unkuowo, were drowned yesterday afternoon the capsizing of boat off Bmu'naris. The Ciuse of the disister is unknown.
December 31, 1889 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
BIRTHS. Coi'Lmax. —Dec. 28, at 13. Castle-slrest, Exater, the wife of Mr. A. A. C mlitan, of a son. Davy.—D

BIRTHS. Coi'Lmax. —Dec. 28, at 13. Castle-slrest, Exater, the wife of Mr. A. A. C mlitan, of a son. Davy.—D

;c. 29, Abbotsford, Exmoutb, the wife of William Davy, jun., eon. Daw. —De £5, at Greenslade, Northtawton, the wife of T. Dsw of daughter. Due. 26, the Bailer's Arms, Exwick, the wife of John E. Gilham, a son. JARR£TT.--Dec 24, at 11. Bartholomew-terrace. Exeter, the wife Mr. A.
December 31, 1889 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
RESIGNATION OF SIR DAVID RADCLIFFE.

RESIGNATION OF SIR DAVID RADCLIFFE.

Yesterday, SirD. Radcliffe formally notified the Town-clerk his resignation of the position of alderman of the City Council, and paid the statutory penalty of one shilling. An intimation of the resignation was afterwards conveyed the Mayor (Mr. Thomas Hughes), at Town Hall, in a
December 31, 1889 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE INFLUENZA EPIDEMIC.

THE INFLUENZA EPIDEMIC.

THE METROPOLIS. influenza epidemic spreading in London, especially in the West-end. officials tho Government service are affected, as well gentlemen connected with the leading political associations. The symptoms have bitbeito chiefly been prostration, severe headache, shivering
December 31, 1889 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
COMMERCIAL.

COMMERCIAL.

COTTON. LIVERPOOL. Tuesday, 2.30 p.m. Spot.—Ouly business is reported in American, bat prices are very firm. Brazils and Egyptian aro neglected. East Indian slow. Sales 8,000 bales (7,300 American, 200 Egyptian, and 500 East lodiaa), including 1,000 for export or speculation sal
December 31, 1889 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Every man and woman search of health should wear Harness' Eleetropatbie Belt. It bas proved itself to be an invaluable

Every man and woman search of health should wear Harness' Eleetropatbie Belt. It bas proved itself to be an invaluable

remedy for nervous and rheumatic affections, liver and kidney diseases, Ac., vide thousand of testimonials. Pamphlet tree on application to the Medical Battery Company, Limited (the largest and only complete Medico-Electric Institute in tbe world), 34, Bold-street, Liverpool. Th
December 31, 1889 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Late Advertisements. L. C. P. B, S., 49. Pembroke-phc* Building Society Prospectus Free. L 264 rriiHE Winning Numbers for Dapple

Late Advertisements. L. C. P. B, S., 49. Pembroke-phc* Building Society Prospectus Free. L 264 rriiHE Winning Numbers for Dapple

Gray TRICYCLE :~First prize iHorsi-', : second prize (Boots), 1,226.—121, County ad. \\P NIN Nam L HOU.SE. drawn at Wigesy's, 46. CouaSj-roasi Walton. 13. Number CLOCK, drawn Brooksbanks, 42. County-road, Walton, Lx TRICYCLE HORSE, 354 -172. street. •-;> DRAM" for BI CYCLE." \ P
December 31, 1889 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England