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LATEST FROM EUROPE.

; (Per Reuter's Agency.) ■ ; A: General ThawLondon, Jan. 24 The cold weather : which' ; ha's’ prevailed for some time past •is ; moNv‘ moderating A general thaw is:, taking; place, and theTharridsLis rapidly becoming deaf of ice. The Central Asia.j Fresh news has come to hand from -Central Asia regarding the war between the Russians and the. Tekke-Turco-rrians; ; r jTjie former, under 'cover of a bombardment, carried the Turcomans’ posifio.iT, close to QeoksrTepe, and afterwards'mkde adespefate assault-bh fhe trenches, but were eventually repulsed by : the Tekkes; ,: -The fightihg on- both sides was most severe. Greece, Preparing fpr a Struggle. Athens, Jah. 24.

The Greek Government is strongly opposed to the proposal of the Porte that a conference should be held at Constantinople, to determine the frontier question, and extensive preparations ;«re still proceeding throughout Greece for the increase and mobilisation of the army, with t!m\inte|fliori: of obtaining the required’ Session of territory from Turkey byforcemf arms, ifnecessary. f > T Sir Hercules again in Harness. Capetown, Sir Hercules RobinsOn has urrivetL here to assume his position as Governor of Cape Colony. t ,

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LATEST FROM EUROPE., Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 251, 25 January 1881

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LATEST FROM EUROPE. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 251, 25 January 1881

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