BRITISH & FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.
(paittPs. j ) ■ ' ■„ v. The total reserve in notes and bullion in theEjaiflc of: Ihigland.is £i6,625,000. , At jthe.y(ool ,'to-day,; : .8000 . bales were cayoguecL QJ..A|ieJrtarket'. is active‘for all descriptions. Foreign purchases continue: :- limited,: - Scoured wools ore a halfpenny higher. An ex-Fenjbw jeo-jtviirt, auclproprietor of a National newspaper, has heen arrested MlDabUn, I :.’j ••• Therd is gfeat excitement throughout Ireland in! coUsequeqce t of .the.actiojaof the authorities. ' Further, warrants are issued lor. the arrestpfprominent agitatota. ’ . iI Calcutta, Nov. 20,, General Roberts is taking precautionary steps to prevent an outbreak of AfghansFive regiments' which.arrived from Turkestan were ) disbanded at Cabul. It is expected .that; uthem will. follow. .uni : ! Sar. Francisco, Nby. 20 There, has been.a tembluexploaion of petroleufQi.. in ;• a., tqnnel .atCalifornia. Twenty-Ave persons Were filled, and many othersinjured*; . -/..L .. n BOMB, Nov. 20. A new Ministry has been;, formed under,the; presidency.of Cardinal Caeroli.
f Argus Sperial.) . .London, Nov. 20. : The Cabinet directed the arrests in Ireland." .■ .. - Dewitt, Feniiui, has killed a barrittev and-daily newspaper proprietor.. . The Momi Rulers have convened meet infs m lreland; to denounce .Government and nrisedefence funds.. ■ SchtarnddfiT * resigned, disgusted at theduplicity of Gortachakolf in the Afghan ■ dbe|eM*afcmnd..(* ks ■ Tlie Pope; condemns the Ultramontane . doings --o£. tha .Belgium. Bishops, anc. ~ eo'unaele 'amderation, and' aubmisaion to the lawsofAhaoountty. i; ' escape i of' petroleum in a tunnel caused an explosionm Californio. ■ lEfty • Chinamen were killed.
(Age Special.) London, Nov. 22.
Government hesitate to arrest Mr. Parnell f or sedition, as the House of Commons will deal with the case. 'Garrisons in tUe principal Irish towns have .boon augmented, and the dragoons ouU red to Ireland.
The “Times” expresses astonishment at Mr. Berry, who stated that the leading Home politicians in England generally, would not object to the plebiscite. The Duke of Argyle charges Lord Salisbury with making an untruthful explanation in a newspaper.
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