LATE EUROPEAN NEWS.
[Per s.s. Australia, at Auckland.]-;
London, May 16. rr
The Admiralty has given permission tp the Bacchante, to remain in : Melbourne from May 20th to June Ist, and in Sydney from June 6th to 16th. She is then 'to: proceed to Auckland. General Ignatieif’s appointment as Minister of the Interior in Russia and the, renewal of a repressive policy by the'Czar has created an impression. throughout Europe unfavorable to Russia. ... London, May 17. A daring Fenian: outragei has been perpetrated at Liverpool. An attempt was. made to blow up the police station by a dynamite bomb, and the explosion was a terrific one, and was heard all over the city. Fortunately no lives were sacrificed, but considerable injury Was dohe to the station. ; The windows were all smashed 1 by the concussion, and the building was otherwise damaged. The perpetrators of the outrage have not been discovered. A strike of Chinamen has occurred on the Pacific Railroad. Two thousand struck work for higher wages. In the State of Nebraska serious rioting has taken ’place. ’■
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LATE EUROPEAN NEWS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 353, 25 May 1881
LATE EUROPEAN NEWS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 353, 25 May 1881
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