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LATEST FROM EUROPE.

(Per Beider's Agency.) The Markets, &c. London,,- Nov. 5. Three per cent. Consols, wheat, ex warehouse, 51s. 6d. Five per cent. New Zealand 10-40 Loan, 101 ; Five percent. 1889 Loan, 104 ; Four and a half per cent. 1879-1904 loan, tralian leather is quoted at ll&d. The total quantity of wheat afloat for Great Britain is 1,920,000 bushels. Aquatics, Nov. 6. Laycock, the Australian oarsman, beat Riley in the sculling match for L4OO aside. Ho won easily. Tlie International Regatta commences on Nor. 18. The races will be pulled in four heats, the regatta lasting three days. There are seventeen entries for the various events. ' Irish Affairs. The channel squadron has been ordered to Ireland. The Irish Laud League appeals t 0 the people' to subscribe liberally towards a defence fund for a solicitor to enter an appearance in the Court at Dublin, to demand details of the charges’.;'brought against the land leaguers. Democracy Uppermost. Washington, Nov. G. ■ On a trial of strengta it is found -that the Democratis possess a small majority in the Senate. : The Jesuits. Paris, Nov. 6. The execution of the decrees for the expulsion of the Jesuits from Fratlce have been completed, and their legalityupheld. Dervish Pasha bix the; Persuasive. , . . Constantinople, Not. 6. Dervish Pasha, who has been despatched by the Porte with'three battalions of Turkish troops to Dulcigno, has arrived there, and is conferring with the chiefs of the Albanian league, and urging them to submit Without opposition to the cession of the town and district to Montenegro. The Battle of Mentaiia. Home, Nov. 4. General Garabaldi, who is now at Milan, unveiled to-day a monument in commemoration’of the battle of. Montana. The Greek Frontier,. Athens, Nov. G. Coumoundoiu’os, President of the. Ministry, is. asking Parliament to-day to grant credit for increased armaments, in accordance with the policy announced in the King’s speech at the opening of Par: lidment. He declared that it would be suicidal for Greece to secede from the position she had taken up in regard to the rectification of the frontier.

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LATEST FROM EUROPE., Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 187, 8 November 1880

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LATEST FROM EUROPE. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 187, 8 November 1880

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