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Monetary and Commercial. London, Nov. 11. The total reserve of notes and bullion in the Bank of England is L 14,875,500. Australian hides are £d lower. Harvesting under Difficulties in Ireland.—lnfluence of the Land League. London, Nov. 12. A landlord at Ballinrobe, in the county of Mayo, Ireland, has been ostracised by the people of the district, who are strongsympathisers with the Land League who refused to assist him with his harvesting. A number of soldiers, Orangemen, and volunteers have, however, gone to his aid, and are gathering in the harvest. Owing to the open hostility which is shown, however, by the people to the harvesters, the latter are guarded by a large body of troops, who have been sent to maintain order. Australian Hides. Australian hides £ lower in price. Trickett and Hanlan. Betting on Trickett and Hanlan for the contest on Monday is about equal. Trickett has made a final deposit of LIOO on the race. Persistent Quaking. Vienna, Nov. 12. Fresh shocks of earthquake have been experienced at Agram, which suffered so severely from the visitation on the 9th inst. The people of the town are panic stricken, and the sittings of the local Provincial Diet have been temporarily suspended. Caved in at Last. Constantinople, Nov. 12. News has been receive 1 that all the chiefs of the Albanian League have now consented to agree to the cession of Didcigno, and it is expected the surrender will be made without delajn The French Ministry take a New Lease. Paris, Nov. 12. The Chamber of Deputies has passed a vote of confidence in the Ministry, and they have therefore withdrawn the resignations they had tendered in consequence of the recent adverse vote of the Chamber over the March decrees. Rowdy French Senators Kicked Out. A scene of disorder occurred to-day in the Chamber of Deputies. Two members, MM. Handy and Olasson, who had been ordered to be excluded for using violent language, refused to obey the decision, and were consequently expelled from theChamber. AUSTRALIAN. Through Jealousy, Sydney, Nov. 12. A woman named Wilkie shot at and wounded Mr. Morton, Magistrate at Dubbe, through jealousy. He is not expected to recover. The Markets. Hennessys’ brandy, case, 3Gs.; bulk, quarters, 10s. Gd. Kerosene, diamond, per gallon, Is. 7d. to Is. 9|d.; Patna rice, per ton, L 22 ; Sugar Company’s No. 1, price L3O 55.; maize per GOlbs., 2s. 2d.; tobacco, Rayon’s twist, Is. 7d. per lb.; candles, Deß’s, per lb., Sd.; candles, D. R. O.’s, per lb. 7|d. Adelaide, Nov. 12. The price of wheat per bushel is 4s. 7d., with a limited business doing. Town flour LlO 10s. to LlO 15s. per ton ; country, L 9 10s. to L 9 15s. Freights to London, by steamer, 455.; sailing vessels, 40 s.; freights to the United Kingdom, 405.; from ontports, 425. Gd. Hopes for the Sorata. Adelaide, To-day.
Active work is proceeding at the wreck of tho Sorata at Cape Jervis, and it is hoped she may yet be floated.
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LATEST FROM EUROPE., Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 191, 13 November 1880
LATEST FROM EUROPE. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 191, 13 November 1880
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