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[per reuter’s agency.] The Irish Land Bill. London, April 28. The Catholic Hierarchy inr, Ireland demand material alterations in the Irish Land Bill, now before Parliament. They denounce the provisions of the measure generally, but particularly the clauses providing for grants to facilitate emigration. In the House of Commons to-day the Irish Land Bill was again under consideration, but the debate was further adjourned. Mr Bradlangh and the Oath-i
In the House of Commons to-day, Lord John Manners, on behalf of the Conservative party, gave notice of motion declaring that the Bill to be introduced by Mr Labbuchere to enable Mr Bradlaugh to take the oath would only produce further confusion, without arriving at a settlement of the question. Monetary and Commercial. Consols have advanced to lOijHj. Adelaide wheat, ex warehouse, per 4961b5., 49s ; Adelaide flour, ex warehouse, per aSolbs., remains at 345, and New Zealand wheat, ex ship, at 455. The total reserve in notes and bullion
in the Bank of England is Li 5,800,000. Australian tallow—Best beef, per cwt, 345; best mutton, 375. The Bank rate of discount has fallen from 3 to per cent., and the market rate from to per cent.
More Trouble in the TransvaalCapetown, April 20. News has been received from the Transvaal, to the effect that the relations between the Boers and the natives are of a very unsatisfactory character, and it is feared that further troubles will arise between them. Speedily Advancing. Paris, April 28. It has transpired that the Commander of the French troops in Tunis has received orders to march against that capital, and the force is therefore advancing with the utmost speed.
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LATEST FROM EUROPE., Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 332, 30 April 1881
LATEST FROM EUROPE. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 332, 30 April 1881
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