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LATEST FROM EUROPE.

{Per Reuter's Agency.) London, Sept. 13 Arrived Nerval, from Lytteltpn; S. R. Lyman, from Timarii. : , , f Sept. 14. Owing to the heavy rain, the match between the Australians and the Sussex county team has been interrupted. Hanlan, the Canadian oarsman, has arrived at Queenstown. At the wool sales to-day 9,800 bales were offered making a total 0f211,800 since the opening. Prices are firmly maintained. Inferior and faulty wools of all kinds are rather lower than [at last sale. For crossbreds prices were Id, higher qs compared with the, previous sale. The. series will close on September 26th.. • Constantinople, Sept. 15. Five thousand Montenegrins are march-, ing to Dulcigno to occupy\that town and the surrounding district. London, Sept. 15. Further intelligence to hand from the Cape of Good Hope states that Lethrode, theßasuto chief, attacked the Cape Rifles on Monday, but was repulsed. V At the wool sales to-day, 8,300 bales were offered, making a total of 260,100 catalogued since the opening. The tone of the sale continues firm. The match between the Australians and the Sussex county team, which was interrupted owing to bad weather, was resumed to-day. The Australians continued their first innings, and were all disposed of for 154 runs. The Homo team then went in for their second innings, and when the stumps were drawn had lost two wickets for 156 runs. The weather being very showery throughout the day the match was unfinished. Arrived—Araby Maid, from Port Chalmers; Dumfriesshire, Fleur de Lis, Men-, doza, and Cochrina, from Lyttelton; Orownthorpe, from Wellington ; Mercia, from Timaru ; Altara, from Oamaru,

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LATEST FROM EUROPE. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 154, 18 September 1880

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