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(Per Renter’s Agency.) Steam.
London, Oct. 26.
Messrs. Money Wigram and Go’s, steamer Northumberland sailed from Plymouth yesterday for Australia. Money. October 27. Three per cent Oonsols 99£. Adelaide wheat, per 4%1b5., ex warehouse, 48s. 6d.; Five per Gent. New Zealand 10.40 Loan, LlOl ; Five per Cent. New Zealand 1889 Loan, LlOl 10s. Another Land League Arrested. London, Oct. 28. R. D. Walsh, a prominent member of the Irish Land League, has been arrested, and together with Mr. Parnell’s private secretary, will be charged with intimidation. The Elements. Severe storms, with heavy rain, have been experienced in many parts of England, and a large extent of low-lying country is flooded. A Complete Understanding. Vienna, Oct. 28. Baron D. Hamerle, Austrian Minister for Foreign Affairs, made a speech to-day in the course of which he said that a complete understanding existed betwen his Government and that of Germany in regard to the policy to be pursued in the south-east of Europe, and they would act in common for the settlement of questions now pending Not Confirmed. Calcutta, Oct. 28. No : confirmatory intelligence has been received regarding the reported anarchy in Cab ul and the murder of the Ameer. The postal service between Cabul and the frontier has failed for a week, and no despatches have been received during that me.
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