BRITISH & FOREIGN INTELLIGENOE. (Reuter's Telegrams.) • - :C.i IA London, Dec. 4. The Chilians defeated the PerdviahijL and Bolivans at Tarapaca, and, continuing offensive operations, are now blockading Arica. , , ~. • . , ..... . ( ’'Defc.‘‘sr’' At the wool were catalogued. The tone'of the market is firm. « - - Crennan, the secretary te the iSmtl League, has been arrested at Dubliif fdr seditious language at Ballina. Sx. Petersburg, Dec. 6. The Emperor arrived- here to-day, • ■' - “ Deo, 6. Tvyo persons Havis r beeh aixested at Moscow on suspicion connected with the recent attempt made on the Czar’s life. Several words previously omitted in-tiaaS-mission, show that the railroad:’ toMotepw had been tunnelled, and the explosion, fired as the train passed over. . - . Paris,. Dec.. 6.;;, The Minister for. Foreign Affairs-, having challenged a vote of wantil, confidence on the Home policy,: ‘the Chamber of Deputies passed a vote of confidence by a large majority; The Minister of Finance has proposed now taxes to the extent of £2,OOQ,QQQ stealing, hi fdrg*r S/riai. x . London, Dee. 5. A money article in the' “ Times,” on the New Zealand loan, • questions whether the progress of the colony—forwarded so exclusively by borrowed money—is good. There is a. severe famine in Upper Silesia. ' ''■ ■* • London, Dec. 6. The wool sales have closed! with ft srm tppp. 'fbo Ade]aide new clip attracted much attentionand p largo., foreign dflniapd is expected at the (SpeeidO? the Association, .* ?*, ; . Sf. PpTEßSßppci, J&0. £ i Further particulars’ of the’, attempted massacre show that the Emperor'.escaped solely because the order for departure of the trains conveying the Emperor and
baggage respective!,! 7 , v-te : ■ ’v; ; ,v..t wise fatal consequence - w. •! attended the attempt. :r is ancci the explosive was fired from house in tlxc vicinity of the lino taken by the j? t npe«br. The criminals escaped auidieii.utc l. .Tuc matter has caused profound sensation. Dublin, Decv 4.. The trial of the persons recently arrested commenced on the 11th Nov. (Herald Special.) London, Dec. 5. The French Chamber of Deputies have passed a special vote of confidence in M. Waddington’s Government. This will relieve the uncertainty and disquietude which lias for some time prevailed.
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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume I, Issue 32, 9 December 1879
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