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THE LATEST.

LATEST FROM EUROPE. [Renter's ) London, Feb. 12. Persia proposes that a Commission be appointed to define the north-eastern boundaries of her territories. In the meantime she states that it is her intention to occupy the Afghanistan province of Sustan, and eventually Herat. It is also generally believed that Great Britain has assented to this arrangement. (Argus S/vriat. ) London, February 12. The Flying Squadron loaves England in April or May, and will probably visit Australia. Earl Clan William is commanding. It will include the Bacchante, but it is uncertain if the Princes will remain in her. The Chimborazo, after undergoing repairs, sails on Monday 7 . (Age Special.) London, Fob. 12. There is a report. that by treaty Persia takes Herat, and assists England against the Afghans, and that a railway will be made to Teheran from the Persian Gulf. AUSTRALIAN. ( Renter s 7 etegrams.) Melboubn!!, Feb. 13. Mr. Service addressed the electors of Maldon yesterday, and replied at length to Mr. Bony’s speech at Geelong. Mr. Francis made a political speech at Warnambool, in which he condemned the Ministerial scheme foreshadowed by Mr. Berry. Both gentlemen received unanimous votes of confidence. Sydney, Feb. 13. Lllß was subscribed for yesterday in aid of the sufferers by the late cyclone at New Caledonia. In the contest between threshing macliines held at Orange, Robey’s was awarded first prize. Arrived—Hero and Wakatipn. Sailed—-Rotomaha na { yesterday.

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THE LATEST., Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 61, 14 February 1880

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THE LATEST. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 61, 14 February 1880

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