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LATEST FROM EUROPE(Per Ranters Agency.) The Bank Reserve. •. . London. Nov. 4. The total reserve of notes and bullion in the Bank of England is L 15,000,000. The Land League. Mr. Parnell, at Dublin, is pressing for the trial of the Leaguers, and says that it is evident that the Government intend to delay the same as much as possible, so as to prevent their attendance at Parliament. Sir Hercules. Sir Hercules Robinson has arrived in England. Dulcigno. Constantinople, Nov. 4. The Albanians still continue to resist their removal from Dulcigno, and have offered strong opposition to Riza Pasha’s escort when crossing the'river Bagama. The Turks, however, deemed it advisable to avoid hostilities. The Battle of Montana. Rome, Nov. 4. General Garabaldi, who is now at Milan, unveiled to-day a monument in commemoration of the battle of Montana. AUSTRALIAN. (Per Renter's Agency.) Produce. Sydney, Nov. 5. The produce markets remain unchanged. Bowled Out. Sydney, To-day. District Court Judge Meynot, whose conduct recently formed the subject of a Commission of Enquiry, has been suspended by Government on the following grounds ;—Habitual discourtesy to the legal practitioners, interference with juries, also subordinating the interests of justice to his own convenience. Hanky Panky Work. ' Brisbane, Nov. 5. The Committee of Enquiry appointed to examine into the railway contracts have made their report, which is signed only by the Ministerialists, and which relieved the Hon. A. H. Palmer, Colonial Secretary, and the Hon. Thos. Mclhvraith, Colonial Treasurer, from the charge of being contractors, and recommends that further enquiry be made in England into the matter, which still remains unexplained. rheGppositionists protest against this course, asserting that Mr. Hemant's allegations have been proved, and urge that a Royal Commission be sent to England forthwith.’ Saving John Chinaman. Brisbane, To-day. In the Legislative Council last night the clause of the Railway Companies Bill, which would have x-estricted the employment of Chinese, was rejected. A Petition for Kelly’s Life. Melbourne, To-dsy. A meeting of 0,000 persons last night adopted a petition to the Governor for the reprieve of Ned Kelly. Mr. Gaunson was the promoter of the agitation, and will present the petition to-day. AN.Z. Banquet in Melbourne. Several New Zealand residents now in Melbourne intend holding a banquet at an early date. Freights. Adelaide. Nov. 5. Freights to London by sailing vessels, 355.; freights to the United Kingdom, 375. Gd.; freights to the United Kingdom from outports, 405., dull. NEW ZEALAND (Per Press Asooeiation. ) A Dusky AmbassadorAuckland, To-day, Major Te Wheoro, M.H.R., is trying to raise a subscription amongst the natives to send him to England to see the Queen, in order to redress their grievances. A Good Nugget. Dunedin, To-day. An eighteen-ounce nugget has been reported as found at Canada reef, near Milton. Clothing Thefts. . At the City Court Alex. Macdonald, charged with receiving stolen goods from the ship Durham, was discharged. Schocrensky, the sailor, pleaded guilty on oxxe charge, and was sentenced to one month’s imprisonment. _____
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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 186, 6 November 1880
CABLE NEWS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 186, 6 November 1880
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