BRITISH &. FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.
( Reuter's Telegrams.) London, Nov. 17. Later news from the Cape states Sir Garnet Wolseley stormed Siccocini’s stronghold. The aspect of affairs in Transvaal is less threatening. No wool sales to-day, owing to a thick
f°g. . Severe snow storms have occurred m England. Arrived— Clyde, from Sydney, June 27 ; Harvest Home, from Port Victoria, July 30 ; Queen of Nations, from Sydney, July 15. Dublin, Nov. 22.
A crowded meeting has been held, protesting against the several arrests. Parnell and other leaders of the Home Pule party present, condemned the action of the Government and advised the Irish to persevere and secure free land. New York, Nov. 22. The speculation in railways has collapsed. Rome, Nov. 22.
A new Ministry has been formed under the Presidency of Cairoli, as follows : Terez, Minister of Commerce ; Magliano, Finance ; Sairofi, Interior ; Yillia, Justice ; Marcini, Education; Baccarini, Public Works ; General Bonelli, War.
[Argus special.) London, Nov. 22.
The ex-Empress Eugenie traverses France for the present. Her mother is dying at Madrid. A turbulent meeting took place at the Rotunda in Dublin. Thousands were unable to gain admission. Mr. Parnell and others made speeches moderate in tone. Afterwards the mob drew Mr. Parnell’s carriage to his hotel, and he spoke from the balcony in stronger language. The “Central News” asserts that the Fenians in New York have prepared two steamers with arras and ammunition to land men in Ireland, and assist an intended rising. It is intended to indict Davitt, Keller and Daly for conspiracy. The Irish agitation, recently confined to Mayo and Sligo, is now spreading. Reinforcements are ordered to be in readiness. The wool competition has maintained great vivacity. The opening rates are freely maintained. The principal rise is in combings, crossbreds, and medium faulty. Scoured shows an advance of 2d to 3d ; greasy, Id. Little is offering. (Age Special .) London, Nov. 22.
Government propose to grant to corporate bodies in Ireland, loans at a nominal interest to enable them to undertake public works, affording employment, and also to afford assistance in individual cases. Several regiments have been stationed in Dublin. The British have stormed Secoccini’s principaljstrongholds.
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BRITISH &. FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE., Ashburton Guardian, Volume I, Issue 27, 27 November 1879
BRITISH &. FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. Ashburton Guardian, Volume I, Issue 27, 27 November 1879
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