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{Per Reuter’s Agency.) ' The Markets. • , ■ i*". • • ' London, N0v."22, i Gonsols are unchanged at 97§. Adelaide wheat, 'ex warehouse, 525. ; Adelaide flour; ‘ex warehouse, 375.; New Zealand wheat, ex ship, 4Gs. Gd. Disturbances iii Ireland. : , .', Nov. 23,,, , A sanguinary fight took place at Ballina, in county. Mayo, Ireland, to-day,;between the police 'and people, who were obstructing the arrest of some Leaguers. Several policemen were, severely wounded. Fifteen persona have: been arrested in Mayo on a charge of intimidating ,landlords at Ballinrobo. ! ,i ' Wool Sales. The November-Deqepiber serics ; of wool Auctions to-day. ■-There’ ivas a goad attendance of home and foreign buyers.-. . The opening catalogue comprised ’ ■'4,Boo\'hales! 'Prifres 'were firmly main-; tamed’,) and: there -was fair competition. ’ The present series close on December 14tll. , , ' „ .... . ■ ■ The Fenians Again—Riot in .the {Streets of Cork—The Police Fired Upon. A’..;,. London, Nov. 24. , As’ a' Fen lair procession -was parading the' streeW of Cork to-day at collision occurred with the police, upon whom several shots were fired by the mob, Fourteen! Fenians were, however; arrested by the police, and will be placed on trial. ; The Cape Troubles. ; The latest.- intelligence from the Cape states thatT;BOO colonials have repulsed 5,000 Basutos on November 13th: ; 300 rebels: and .six colonials.were killed and wounded. Capetown, Nov. 22., New's' has been; rdcdived’-'th’at 'a-'tribe hitherto friendly has twice attackcd-tbe Colonial Residency at'Lerida, in Basutoland, but were on both occasions repulsed. Mii; : "Still Obdurate. ■ Constantinople, Nov. 24. Dervisch Pasha, in advancing on Duli cigno, met the Albanians in great force, ! and firing, upop there,: the,enemy, replied ;most" vigorously, which, compelled the ! former to suspend their advance on the. city.- - : ; Caved in ;at last, i i i News has been received that Dervish Pasha has at last entered Dulcigno. A 'slight conflict took place at the outskirts ,of the town between the Turkish' troops and the Albanians, but the latter weresoori overcome arid subriiitted to the entry iof the Turks.

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LATEST FROM EUROPE., Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 200, 25 November 1880

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LATEST FROM EUROPE. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 200, 25 November 1880

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