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TELEGRAPHI C.

BRITISH & FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

{Age Special. ) London, Nov. 17.

The Marquis of Salisbury denies the correctness of the Duke of Argyle’a statement at Leeds, respecting the causes which prompted the Government policy in the settlement of the Cabul and Eastern difficulties.

London, Nov. 19,

Princess Louise supports a company recently established in England to encourage immigration to Manitoba. The Porte solemnly promised the Powers to execute the reforms in Europe and Asia, and predicts speedy brilliant results.

A large band of undisciplined Burmese marauders threaten an invasion of British Bunnah. Reinforcements have been ordered to the frontier.

Three men, named Koiller, Davitt, and Daly, have been arrested in Dublin for sedition.

The Church Union resists the suspension of Mackonochic, for Ritualism. Mr. Potter, M.P., for Rochdale, has been banquetted in New York. Agitation is going on in America to induce Government to reduce the duties on foreign wool.

(Reuter's Telegrams.) London, Nov. 18,

The new series of Colonial wool auctions was opened to-day. The quantity catalogued was 7,300 bales. The tone of the sale was very active. Australian merinos showed 10 per cent., and cross-breds 15 per cent, advance. The sales close on December 9.

Rojie, Nov. 18. The Ministry has resigned. Constantinople, Nov. IS

Baker Pasha has been appointed to inaugurate reforms throughout Asia Minor.

{Argus special.) London, Nov. 18.

The Austrian squadron in the Pine us proceeds to Salonica, and ultimately, it is believed, to Besica Bay. At Sergeant Simon’s meeting at Dewsbury, this evening, the gallery fell with 300 people. Three were killed and forty injured. The total number of bales available at the present series of wool sales is : 12,736. 7,900 bales have been despatched to Yorkshire and the Continent. Cape wool preponderates. The attendance was exceptionally large, and the opening competition extremely vigorous. Prices show an average advance of about 2d a pound, chiefly in crossbreds.

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TELEGRAPHIC., Ashburton Guardian, Volume I, Issue 25, 22 November 1879

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TELEGRAPHIC. Ashburton Guardian, Volume I, Issue 25, 22 November 1879

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