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LATEST FROM EUROPE. {Renter’s Telegrams.) Bombay, Jan. G. Despatches from General Roberts, dated Cabul, January 4, announce that all is quiet within tho city. An annesty has been granted to all except the leaders of the rcbelion. General Gough’s force has occupied the Bala Hissar. St. Petersburg, Jan. 6. Her Majesty the Empress has suffered a relapse, and "is again in a critical state of health. (Argns Special.) London 7 , Jan. C. Reports state that Mr. Parnell’s speeches in America are extremely moderate. Several collisions have lately taken place between the police and tho people owing to eviction processions. At Connemara, 400 assailed with stones 60 constables. The latter fired amongst the crowd and charged with their bayonets, wounding several severely. Several arrests have been made. Government have grave anxiety in consequence of the flight of Abdul Rahman Taskent to Balkh with the connivance of tho Russians, who supplied money. It is regarded as the beginning of an unofficial war, and altering the aspect of the Afghan question. The Khan of Merv sent an embassy to Calcutta for mediation or assistance. [Age Special.) London, Jan. 6. The police Rilled several rioters at Connemara. Tho “Daily News” Central Association was ordered to leave in consequence of his criticisms. Sir Garnet Wolseley is on tho point of leaving Natal. AUSTRALIAN, [Age Special.) Melbourne, Jan. C. Last year 214,000 ounces of Victorian, and 91,700 ounces of New Zealand gold were exported. ( Renter's 7 cleg rams.) Sydney, Jan. G. The revenue for tho December quarter is L 1,250,000, being a decrease of L 291.500 as compared with last year. The land revenue has decreased L 438,750. Tho revenue r last year shows a total of L 4,481,000, and there is a decrease of L5i0,000 compared with 1878. The actual expenditure last year was LG,090,000.

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THE LATEST. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 45, 8 January 1880

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