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BRITISH & FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.
(Renter's Telegrams.) London, Nov. 3. Three per cent consols, 97| ; Adelaide wheat, 01s Gd per 49Glbs, ex warehouse. The total quantity of wheat afloat for Great Britain, is 1,1000,000 quarters. Adelaide flour commands 4?s per 2801hs, ex warehouse. Best Australian beef tallow, 39s Gd to 41s Gd The total stock of tallow in London on Nov 1, was 9750 casks.
Nov. 4. Bast Australian hoof tallow, 40a per cwt.; ditto mutton tallow, 425. The London press approves of enforcing an Anglo-Turkish Convention. Constantinople, Nov. 4
The Porto has declared its intention to execute all reforms embodied in the Berlin treaty.
There is great excitement in Stamhoul at the action of England regarding Turkish reforms in Asia Minor.
(Argus special.) London, Nov. 3. The Cabinet are discussing the transfer of Afghanistan to Persia, the Shah ceding Ormuz to England. A Vienna telegram states that it is believed that a refusal of the Porte to execute the promised reforms in Asia Minor, would be followed by the deposition of the Sultan in favor of his brother, under the control of the great Powers. A financial coup in Turkey is impending. The Porte, it is asserted, intends raising a loan on the security of the Customs’ revenue, ignoring previous mortgages. London, Nov. 4. It will probably be arranged that the Australian and Brindisi papers and letters will be carried at Southampton rates. The Austrian Squadron is ordered to Salonica.
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