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(Per Reuter's Agency.) Unchanged. London. Jan. 12. Cohsols are unchanged, at 98 Illness of Mr. Gladstone. The Right Hon, W. E. Gladstone is suffering from a cold, but not one of a serious character. A Squadron for the Cape. The detached squadron is under orders to proceed to the Cape. It is understood that this movement is due to the Boer rebellion in the Transvaal. The Turko-Greek Frontier Difficulty. It has transpired that a general agreement exists amongst the Powers that their Ambassadors at Athens should be instructed to endeavor to persuade the Greek Government to agree to arbitration for the settlement of the frontier difficulty with Turkey. Storms in England. London, Jan. 13. Heavy snowstorm’s have been experienced throughout England during the past few days. A More Liberal Spirit. Berlin, Jan. 12. A large meeting of electors of this city was held to-day, at _ which resolutions were passed protesting against the anti-Jewish agitation which now exists in Germany. Those Boers. Capetown. Jan. 12. Intelligence has been received that the Boers have occupied Crislionia. News from Natal announces thar Governor Sir Geo. Colley has left Pietermaritzburg, and has proceeded to Newcastle, a town of more importance near the border between Natal and the

Transvaal, where he will conduct the military operations against the Boers. A

A Canard. ■ Bombay, . Jan. 12, • - Information has beert received that the report published yesterday That a plot had been discovered among the natives of Kolappre ta Assassinate' the European residents is 'entirely without foundation.

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CABLE NEWS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 242, 14 January 1881

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CABLE NEWS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 242, 14 January 1881

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