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[per reuter’s agency.] Mr Bradlaugh. London, April 27. On the House of Commons meeting to-day, Mr Bradlaugh again appeared at the table to demand his right to take the oath. A motion was thereupon introduced that he should withdraw, and another and animated debate took place on the question. Mr Bradlaugh, however, finally retired upon Mr Labouchere announcing that he would introduce a Bill to permit him to take the oath.

It has been announced that the Government will facilitate the passage of Mr. Labouchere’s Bill to permit Mr Bradlaugh to take the oath. Monetary and Commercial. Consols have advanced to New Zealand securities remain at last quotations. Adelaide wheat, ex warehouse, has declined to 49s per 4961b5, Adelaide fllour, [ex warehouse, is unchanged at 345. New Zealand wheat, ex ship, has declined to 455, The Wool Sales. The arrivals of wool to date for the next auctions amount to 360,000 bales. The total probable quantity to be offered, including that held over from last sales, 460,000. The quantity of new arrivals to be included in the series has been restricted by the Importers’ Commijtee to 363,000 bales.

The Tunisian Trouble. Paris, April 27. Further telegrams have been received from Algeria, reporting that the French troops are rapidly advancing in Tunis. A severe fight has occurred with the Tunisians at Kromiss. The latest news is to the effect that the French troops are continuing their advance, and have now occupied the town of Alkeff without opposition.

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LATEST FROM EUROPE., Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 331, 29 April 1881

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LATEST FROM EUROPE. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 331, 29 April 1881

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