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(/Av/Av ’.r 7\7,grams.) London, Oct. 0, Australian Wheat, 575. London, Oct. 7.

At a Cabinet Council held yesterday, it is believed that the question of the reassembling of Parliament was discussed. The “’Times” deprecates the action as being uncalled for. Arrived—Westland, Beatrice, and Sovereign.

The iron trade is excited and there has been a great advance in tin and copper. Bkkdin, Oct. 8.

The elections to the Prussian Parliament have resulted in the return of a majority of the Conservative candidates. Madrid, Oct. 9. Spanish reinforcements have landed at Cuba.

London, October G. The total quantity of wheal; afloat for Groat Britain is 1 ,CG(),000 quarters. Best Australian mutton tallow, 35s pur cwt. The Bacchante has arrived at Gihralter.

The race for the Czarewitch was won by Chippengate, Westbouruo second, and Dresden third. St. Peters in -do, Oct. 0. A secret printing press has been discovered, and several arrests made. Bom ray, Oct. 7.

According to authentic information the Resident and stall' have left Mandalay.

(Argus S/vn'al. ) London, Oct. G.

The damage caused by the slight collision between the Achilles and the Alexandra, ironclads, has been repaired. The Italian press warmly welcomed Mr Gladstone in Italy. The Spanish Premier advises an alliance with Austria.

The Crown Prince of Germany proceeds to Italy on a political mission. The Russian journals are again warlike, and speak of war with Germany, Austria, and England as inevitable.

Russia has increased her Navy in the Pacific by one ironclad, while four clippers are available as privateers.

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EUROPEAN. Ashburton Guardian, Volume I, Issue 7, 11 October 1879

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