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Paris, Oct. 20. Consequent on the action which is being taken by the French Government to carry out the March decrees, and complete the expulsion of the members of all unauthorised religious orders residing in France, the leaders of the Carmelites have determined to contest at law the legality of the action of the Government in ordering their expulsion; and the necessary proceedings have been commenced. New Zealand Stock. London, Oct. 19. New Zealand securities are to-day quited as follows, ex Sept, dividends:— Five per cent. 10.40 loan, 99; five per cent. 1889 loan, IOOi ; 4i- per cent. 18791905 loan, 93T. Consols remain at 98f. Adelaide and New Zealand breadatufls, and Australian tallow are unchanged. Another Knighthood, October 20. Sir Daniel Rogers, Bart., at present Acting Agent-General for New South Wales, has been created a Knight Commander of the Order of St. Michael and St. George. The Irish Outrages. Government offer a reward of one thousand pounds for the discovery of the perpetrators of the outrage near Bantry yesterday, which resulted in the death of the driver of the carriage containing the landlord who was attacked. In consequence of recent agrarian outrages the county of Kerry, Ireland, has been proclaimed a disturbed district. The Slippery Turk. Constantinople, Oct. 20. News has been received that a hitch lias occurred in the negotiations which were opened at Cettinje betweeeu the delegates of the Powers and Turkey for the cession of Dulcigno. The Turkish delegates demand that a status quo shall bo maintained as regards the territory of Scutari, which is required to be cecied to Montenegro. In consequence of this action the sincerity of the Porte’s offer to arrange a settlement of the Montenegrin difficulty is generally doubted.
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