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{Per Reuter's Agency.) Greece Can’t See It. London, Dec. 23.

The Great Powers have accepted the proposal made by England to arbitrate between Greece and Turkey, but the former has declined to agree to the same. The Basutos Routed. The latest intelligence to hand from the Caps states that the Umhlonhlo and Basutos have been completely routed, and have fled. The Boers have made a fierce attack on Patchstrom, but no details are yet to hand as to the result. The Markets.

Three per cent, consols, Adelaide and New Zealand breadstuff's are unchanged at last quotations : viz., Adelaide wheat, ex warehouse, 495. 6d. 3 Adelaide flour, ex ship, 445. 3 Adelaide flour, ex warehouse, 355. Australian tallow —best beef, 335. Cd. 3 best mutton, 365. New Zealand securities —Five per cent. 10-40 loan, 103 3 Five per cent. 1880 loan, 107 3 Four and a-half per cent. 1879-1904 loan, 9 63 - Frozen Meat. Aden, Dec. 22. The steamer Prolos, with a cargo of fresh meat, has arrived here from Melbourne cn route for London. Everything, so far, has been satisfactory. The meat is in a sound condition, and the refrigerating machinery worked well. The Marquis of Ripon. Calcutta, Dec. 23. The Marquis of Ripon has now recovered. He has resigned his position as Viceroy of India, and will most probably leave at an early date for England. ■ ’ ■' Subsided. New York, Dec. 23. The grain panic, which took place at Chicago, has now subsided.

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LATEST FROM EUROPE., Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 225, 24 December 1880

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LATEST FROM EUROPE. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 225, 24 December 1880

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