LATEST FROM EUROPE. (Reuter’s Telegrams.} London, July 22. Three per cent. Consols 98£; galvanised iron, LlB. The total reserve in notes and bullion in the Bank of England is L 16,750,000, The match between the Australians and the Yorkshire County team was commenced to-day at Huddersfield. , The Home team went in first, and were all out for 78 runs. In the first innings of the Australians thoy lost three wickets for 145 runs. Groube was not out for 50 runs. The bowling of the Australians was dead on the wicket. The weather was very fine throughout the day. Arrived —British Empire, from Lyttelton. London, July 23. Another very severe earthquake was experienced at Manilla on Wednesday last, by which further heavy damage was done to the city. The match, Australians v. Yorkshire county teani, at Huddersfield, was resumed to-day, .the former continuing their innings, and when the stumps were drawn for the day had lost six wickets for 229 runs. Groube was caught after making 61 runs. Spofforth was also caught, after patting together 41 runs. . Blackham was not out for ; 42. . Owing to the inclemency of the weather on the following day, play was stopped,’ and the match drawn in favor of the Australians. ; London July 24. Consols 98|-. Hew Zealand four and ahalf per cent. 1879-1904 loan has fallen 1 per cent., its present price being 99|. Adelaide and New Zealand breadstuffs continue quiet and unchanged. The total quantity of wheat afloat for Great Britain is 1,020,000 qrs. ' The homeward mails via Brindisi, which left Melbourne on June 11, were delivered here to-day. The mails per the Orient, ■ which left Adelaide on July 9th, were also delivered, via Brindisi to-day. Constantinople, July 25.
The Montenegran Ambassador has been recalled from Constantinople, and diplomatic relations have been broken off. The Great Powers have agreed to make a naval demonstration against Turkey in : favor of Montenegro. Berlin, July 23.
The German Government has intimated to the Ambassador of the Great Powers in the this, city, that the employment of Germans by the Porte is entirely without any political importance. , Calcutta, July 22.
The work of demolition of the British forts at Cabul having commenced, the British troops have formed a camp hear the city, where they will remain for the present. Important intelligence has been received from... Candahar relating to the movements of Ayoub Khan, who was recently reported to have left Herat with a large force, with the intention of attacking Candahar, and wresting it from Shere Ali, the newly appointed ruler. _lt is now known that Ayoub is continuing his advance, and it is; expected that he will shortly attack the British camp at Grishk, on the road to Candahar, whither the British troops were despatched to support Shere Ali. There is great excitement amongst the Candahar tribes owing to the continued advance of Ayoub Khan.
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