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TELEGRAPHIC.

LATEST FROM EUROPE,

London, July 11.

The barque Chalgrove, 513 tons, bound for West Australia, put into Plymouth, damaged by collision with another vessel. London, July 12.

England and France, through their Ambassadors at Athens, have advised the Greek Government to abstain from calling out the army reserve, pending receipt of Turkey’s reply to a circular note of the Great Powers, embodying decisions of the Berlin Conference.

Five per cent. New Zealand loan, 1889, 105 A

The homeward mails via Brindisi, per Orient Company’s steamer Aconcagua, were delivered here to-day. The cricket match, Australians versus Leicestershire county team, at Leicester, was commenced to-day. The Australian team went in first, and scored 142 runs. The Home team then went in for their first innings, and when the stumps were drawn had Jive wickets down for 32 runs. The weather was fine throughout the day, and the attendance of the public at the match was large. The wicket was dead. London, July 13. Obituary—Mr. Tom Taylor, editor of Punch.

In the House of Commons, the Ministry withdrew the Bill assimilating the borough franchise *of Ireland to that of England. . Three per cent consols, 97f; five percent. 10-40 New Zealand loan, 105 : four-and-a-half percent. New Zealand 1879-1904 loan, 100|-. New Zealand wheat, ex ship, 405.; Adelaide wheat, ex warehouse, 495. Adelaide flour, ex warehouse, 37 s.; Australian tallow —best beef, 335. fid.; best mutton, 355; Paris, July 13.

Henri Rochefort, availing himself of the pardon granted by President Grdvy to the Communists, has arrived in Paris and has received a cordial welcome from his friends and sympathisers. Constantinople, July 13.

Greece has consented to the collective proposals made by England and France. Calcutta, July 12. Orders have been given for the demolition of all the British forts at Oabul.

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TELEGRAPHIC. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 126, 15 July 1880

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