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LATEST FROM EUROPE.

(Per Renter's Agency.) WheatLondon, Nov. 12. The total quantity of wheat afloat for the United Kingdom is 1,970,000 quarters. Monetary. The Bank rate of discount is 2.V per cent., the market rate of discount being 2 per cent. Now Zealand 10.40 loan, LlOl ; 5 per cent. New Zealand 1889 loan, LLO4 ; 4J, per cent. New Zealand 1879-1904 loan 941. Nov. 13. The Brindisi Mail. The homeward mail, via Brindisi, were delivered in London to-day. Another Murder in Ireland. A land agent has been murdered at Limerick. The Channel Squadron. The Channel squadron has arrived a Cork. Trial of Nihilists. Bt. Petersburg, Nov. 13. TheNiliilists who have been put on their trial for the Winter Palace explosion have received sentence—five have had sentence of death passed on them ; eleven are sentenced to various terms of labor in the Siberian mines ; six are recommended for migitated punishment. The Cession of Dulcigno. Constantinople. Nov. 13. Notwithstanding the consent given by the Albanian chiefs to the cession of Dulcigno, the citizens are rebelling against the decision and ask that a month’s delay may be granted in which to undertake the surrender. Dervish Pasha, the Turkish commander, refuses to grant any further delay, and threatens to use force to compel the immediate transfer of the town to Montenegro. More Shocks. Vienna, Nov. 13. Further severe shocks of earthquake have been experienced at Agram, which has suffered most severe!} 7 . Half the town has been completely destroyed.

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LATEST FROM EUROPE. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 192, 15 November 1880

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