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LATEST FROM EUROPE.

[per eeuteb’s agency.] Turned Out Again. London, May 10. In the House of Commons this evening, Mr Bradlaugh again appeared at the table, and repeated his demand that the oath of ailgiance should be administered to him. He was ordered by the Speaker to withdraw, and upon his declining to do so, was forcibly ejected from the Chamber by the Sergeant-at-Arms. The Speaker, moreover, issued orders forbidding his presence within the precints of the House until he engaged not to disturb its proceedings. Iron. Galvanised iron, 26m gauge, has declined to Lx6. Best Scotch pig iron, No. 1, fo b. in the Clyde, has declined to 48s per ton. The Wool Sales. London, May 11. At the wool soles to-day 9,300 hales were offered. Prices were firmly maintained, and there was a good competition for the various lots offered. Commenced Its Sittings, News is to hand from the Transvaal that the Royal Commission, consisting of Sir Hercules Robinson, Sir Evelyn Wood, and Chief Justice Devilliers, appointed to consider the provisions for the protection of native interests, to make arrangements as to frontier affairs, and to decide whether any territory to the eastward should be severed from the Transvaal, has commenced its sittings. Nearing the Goal. Paris, May 10. Telegrams have been received from Tunis stating that the French troops are continuing their advance with all possible speed, and are rapidly nearing the capital.

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LATEST FROM EUROPE., Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 343, 13 May 1881

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LATEST FROM EUROPE. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 343, 13 May 1881

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