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(Per Reuters Agency.) Wheat and Tallow. : >i i , ;i London, Jan.;2l. The total .quantity of wheat afloat for Great Britain is 2,240,000 quarters. |aljow.has advanced 6d. to is. per cwt.,'ah(i to-day is quoted as follows :-JBest beef, 345. 6d.; best mutton, 379. 6d. V J . ! J , Diyidopd, V/ ; \... The Union Bank of Australia /has declared a dividend for the past'halfyear at the rate of 16 per; ceht. per annum. . ; f ;T ] Frozen Meat. * Jan. ‘2fcj Uf! The cargo of fresh meat, per steamship Rrotps,.. from Melbourne, has realised "an' average price of all round. fjr ' A'Sestortiiph of Ter#torfr \ Intelligence Hrs been Received that
the negotiations which have been pro-, ceeding between Russia and China for the settlement of the Kuldja difficulty have resulted in an agreement being comt to for the restoration of- the Kuldja territory to Chink, f A Conference.‘r|s ; The Great Powers have had -under consideration a proposal from the Portethat a conference should be held at Constantinople to deal with the TurkoGreek frontier dispute, and most of them have now agreed tq _the ,prp ppsaL, It is generally, understood that all the Powers will agree, and that the con-f ference will be held., , ~a An Ironclad for Ireland. H.M.S. Belleisle, an ironclad carry-
ing four guns, has been ordered to proceed to the north-west of Ireland, It is rumored that her object is to intercept a cargd of arms which ill’ekpected'tp 'ie landed on the coast; - " ! 1 • V Movements pf , V t Js . , i Owihg to disturbances wfiiph are ; ppr curing through a strike of coal miners, considerable bodies of troops -have.been ordered to Lancashire, but it is considered probable that their ultimate destination' will 'be' troops are being daily' d'esiwitcned. , ; The Chili-Peru Straggle-,. News has been^receiVed from South America that the Chilians have followed up their successes over the Peruvians iparcl.nng on and occupying Callao.” The capture of the to-A'h was ffifidelalmbStiwithdutoppdsitidniu l' fj Death of ‘‘Lord Dundreary.” i ? Obituary—Mr. E. A. Sothern, the well-known actor, .aged 51, *, | •) A Quelled Rebellion. Capetown, Jan! ‘22;
Intelligence has been received from Thmskei that the rebellion l in that province is rapidly being quelled., ’ The Pondomise chief, CmditHuf/ vrtth 800 followers, suirendiefe'^t<y. J tl(d‘ Cape forces, and otKeif : bodies- ofYe%elS are expected shortly td>'News comes tb r band.Troht the iTrhnSvaal that, the Boers recently .attacked |he town of Bydenberg, where there was a small British garrison, who .were compelled to surrender. . ■ ~J v -
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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 250, 24 January 1881
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