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TELEGRAPHIC.

BRITISH AND FOREIGN,

{Reuters Telegrams.) London, April 15. According to the news from Cape Town, the Empress Eugene has arrived. Consols are unchanged at 98|; five per cent New Zealand Loan (1889), 104-1; New Zealand Loan (1879-1904), 991. The market for breadstuff's is unchanged. Australian tallow remains at last quotations. April 16. The total quantity of wheat afloat for Great Britain is 1,910,000 quarters. Adelaide wheat has declined Is., and to-day is quoted at 575. per 4961b5. ex warehouse. Adelaide flour has also declined Is., and now stands at 40s. 6d. per 2801bs. ex warehouse. The market for Adelaide wheat and flour is dull. Australian tallow has advanced 6d. per cwt. ; best beef being worth 325. 6d., and best mutton 345. 6tl. New Zealand wheat is quoted at 475. to 475. 6d. per 4961b5. ex warehouse. Dr. Kenealy, M.P. for Stoke, and counsel for the pseudo Sir Roger Tichborne in the great trial, died to-day. Subscriptions have been opened for the balance of the Oaraaru Waterworks Loan to the amount of L 89,000. London, April 18. The Queen has returned to Windsor Gastie, and it is expected that Earl Beaconsfield will to-morrow tender to her Majesty the resignation of himself and his colleagues. Constantinople, April 17. Said Pasha, the Grand Yizior, has advised the Sultan to summon a Turkish Parliament,' but it is not yet known whether. the advice has been complied with, ' Berlin, April 18. The Bill which was introduced by the Minister of Justice on the 22nd of January, increasing the German army by 00,000 men, has been passed, Suez, April 16. The Orient Company’s s.s. Garonne, homeward bound, has arrived here. The Australian cricketers are passengers.

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TELEGRAPHIC. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 89, 20 April 1880

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