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LATEST FROM EUROPE.

(Per.'Rente)'s Agency.) Commercial. London, Nov. 25. The total quantity of wheat afloatfor the United Kingdom is 2,070,000 quarters. Best Australian beef tallow,’ per cwt., 345.: best mutton tallowy 355 : .’ Four and a-half per cent. New Zealand 1879:1904 loan, £95 15s. At the wool sales to-day 7,100 bales were offered, making, a total of 28,800 catalogued since 'the opening. The tone of the sale showed a fair demand. The Chief Justiceship. The Right Hon: John Duke, Lord Coleridge, succeeds»the date Sir Alexander Cockburn as Lord Chief Justicc of England. The Irish Leaguers. The trial of-the Irish-Leaguers will take ■place at the end of December. . . ' Strongly Guarded.' ; S’-;; ■ The Orangemen > have loft Ballinrobe strongly guarded. ’ ‘ ■ : Wool. : ’ London, Nov. 26 At the wool sales’, to-day. 8,100 bales’ were offered, making a total of 36,900 ! bales offered since the opening. The tone of the sale was firm. .The wool auction! closes oh Dec. 11th.’ : A‘Fresh Meat Company. A fresh meat company has been started, with a capital of L 300,000. Hanlari and Laycock. • Hanhui, the Canadian' oarsman, is now willing to row Laycock, of Australia, for L 1,200 a-side. The latter is seeking help to enable him to do so. ~ , Further ProroguedParliament has oeen further prorogued till January 6th. , At Last. Constantinople, Nov. 26. ,! The Montenegrin ' forces have now entered and occupied Dulcigno.

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LATEST FROM EUROPE. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 203, 29 November 1880

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