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LATEST FROM_ EUROPE(Per Renter's Agency.) The Mountmorris Murder. London, October ITAll those persons who were arrested aa being concerned in the murder of Viscount Mountmorris have been released, the evidence not being sufficient to convict them. The Cologne Cathedral. Berlin, Oct. 17. The Cologne Cathedral, which has lately been completed, was opened to-day with great splendour by the Emperor of Germany, several Princes being also present at the ceremony. A German Turk. Constantinople, Oct. 17. The Porte has nominated a German to fill the post of Foreign Minister. The Montenegrin Question. Riza Pasha, the Turkish commander Dulcigno, is making satisfactory progress with regard to pacifying the Albanians, Delegates have been appointed by Turkey and the Great Powers to meet at Carthage for the purpose of further negotiating on the Montenegrin question. An Assassination. Intelligence has been received that the dragoman or interpreter attached to the Austrian Consulate at Priscend, in Albania, has been assassinated. AUSTRALIAN. {Per ReutePs Agency. ) The Orient. Melbourne, Oct. 17. Arrived Orient Company’s steamer Orient, from England. Lieutenant-Gene-ral Sir John Henry Lefroy is a passenger. The Border Duties. Melbourne, Oc f . 18. An interview has taken place here between Mr. Berry and Sir Henry'Parkes, Premier of New South Wales, regarding the border duties, but they failed t{T come to any agreement on the subject. Ned Kelly’s Trial. The trial of Ned Kelly commences today. . Superintendent Hare, who was wounded at Glenrowan, and whose condition for some time has been critical, has now rallied, and is improving. The New Victorian Railway Bill. The Railway Bill, which is to be introduced by Government, will provide for the construction of 450 miles of new lines.

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CABLE NEWS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 169, 18 October 1880

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CABLE NEWS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 169, 18 October 1880

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