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. {Per Reuter's Agency.) The Telephone. London, Dec. 20. The Telephone Company lost the case versus the Post Office on the question of the legality of erecting wires. Dec. 21. The Postmaster-General is now prepared to establish telephones. The Boers. Tire latest advices from the Cape state that the Boers have occupied Heidelberg and formed a Republic. Curgcr has been elected President without violence, the citizens not using any resistence. Later. Further telegrams to hand from the Cape regarding the rebellion m the Transvaal announce that the telegraph lines between Heidelberg and Pretoria were cut before the Boers proceeded to the former place. News of the outbreak was, however, soon received at Pretoria, and the Governor of Transvaal, Sir George Colley, at once gave ordeis for all available troops in the district to be despatched without delay to Heidleberg, where the Boers are, as already announced, in complete occupation. London Constables for Ireland.

Three hundred London constables are going to Ireland to assist in preserving order.

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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 223, 22 December 1880

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LATEST FROM EUROPE. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 223, 22 December 1880

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