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(Per Reuter's Agency.) The Wool Sales. London, Feb. 23. At the wool sales to-day 10,000 bales were catalogued, making a total of 62,400 bales offered since the opening. There was less demand, and prices were occasionally easier. Money and Produce. The money and produce markets are without quotable change. More Outrages in Ireland. The prospect of the permanent cessation of disorder in Ireland has been dispelled by reports which have now come to hand that argrarian outrages in that country are again occurring. There is apparently every prospect of a revival of the agitation. Evacuation of Candahar. Calcutta, Feb. 23. Intelligence has been received from Candahar that circumstances have transpired there which led to the belief that the evacuation of the place by the British garrison will shortly be commenced. No definite announcement of the intended withdrawal of troops has, however, been made public at Candohar or in this city. Exportation of Arms. Paris, Feb. 23. Disclosures have been made that an extensive exportation of arms has been taking place from France to Greece for some time past. The authorities have issued a prohibition against the supply of arms to that country. Arrived Safely. Capetown, Feb. 23. Telegrams have been received to-day from Natal that the convoy of provisions, arms, and ammunition despatched from Newcastle has arrived safely at SirG. Colley’s camp at Ingogo
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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 278, 25 February 1881
LATEST FROM EUROPE. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 278, 25 February 1881
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