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Men’s Sinprles—Second round—D. J. Weir beat E. 11. J. MacCabe—7-5, 3 , 417 Third round-E. Clarke heat F. W Nlcobon —6-3. 6-1: T. Campbell beat J. S. Bradbury—2-6, 6-2 9-7. Ladies’ Singles—First round—Miss N. M’.Dowell beat Miss J. B. Ferguson—7-9. 6-4, 6-1. Second round—Miss P.
DUBLIN, Wednesday. Land Bonds a down at 110*. Bank stock 3up at 303. Munster Banks rose 2s to 87s 6d. National Banks 4*d up 10*d. Great Southern Railway ordinary stock lost 3* at 36A. and the preference fell 5 to 42*. Imperial Tobaccos 3d easier 144 s 9d. Nickels up at 15s 7*d.
£l4 6s 3d, 6s 3d to £l4 8* and £l4 7s 6d, settlement fis 6d. Second session— Tin steady; 200 tone sold: cash at £234. closing buyer* £233 15s; three month* sold £217 to £216 15* and £217. closing buyers 15*. Bth Oct. sold at £219, 16th Sept. £223. Copper nnn. 450 ton* sold: cash
NEW YORK. Wednesday. COTTON closed quiet and 10 points down, 11.85 c. Futures opened barely steady At 8 to 4 points loss. The market was inactive, apart from evening prior the issue the Bureau figures Prices early declined selling by foreign houses, together with hedging" and re
British Journalist’s Release Denied PEKIN, Wednesday. Tlie report that Mr. Gareth Jones, the British journalist, has been released is without foundation, Mr. Chin Teh-Chun, chairman o! the Chahar Government, told Reuter after he had made inquiries Kalgan, on the Southern border