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LATEST FROM EUROPE.

[per rectbr’s agency.] Attempts to Wreck Trains. London, June 7. Later intelligence from Ireland reports that further riots have occurred in Shrule, County Mayo, between the police and the peasantry, but the disturbances are now subsiding, the rioters having been almost entirely dispersed.

railways to Wreck the trains conveying troops to" the .disaffected districts. The lines were tom up in several places, but, owing to the-vigilance of the railway officials, accidents .to the trains were averted. The Mails. London, June 8. The Australian and New Zealand mails via San Francisco, which left Auckland on April 26th, were’delivered here_to-day. ... .. a***--The. homeward Australian n>%ils, yia Suez a Adi Brindisi, whiolvlef t ■Melbourne on April 25 tb, were - to-day* 5 .nsoD-diuii The - Lusitania: —JT" The Qrient : 'Company's Lusitania arrived at Plymouth,tgj-dayf i from - r ■ -si yj> '/A The Markets. Consols remain at rooj£, ex. div. ;;, ... New Zealand 5 per cent 10-40 loan, tli £ 105 j New Zealand s per cent 18&9 loan, 105 ; New Zealand per cent. 1879-1.904 loan, 103. Adelaide.wheafc51 x; ex warehouse, 48s; New Zealand} wheat, 455; Adelaide .floiit, ex. warehouse, 33s 6d ; Australian tallow (best beef), 355; best mutton, 37s 6d., A . axA N.S.W. Loan. . Tenders for the New-South Wales Loan of L 2,050,000, to bear ihterest;; /- at the rate of 4 per cent., .were opened ft to-day. The total amount offered was found to be 14,000,000. Tenders at" and upwards will receive aUotri , ment in full. Wool Sales. ’^ At the wool sales to-day, *74800 bales ' were offered. A firm and -active —— demand was experienced. The presegt^, series of auctions close on the Ist J July. More Fighting. Calcutta. June, 7. . Telegrams have been received frddJ'i? Candahar reporting that further fighting has . taken place at Girshk between' the rival adherents of Ayoub Khan and the ; Ameer Abdul Rahman, defeat of the followers of Ayoub. The Bear Supports tho Prince. - St. Petersburg, June 7> It is announced here thatthe Rkissian J Government has determined Ja support; 3 1 Prince Alexander of Bulgaria in his demands for reform in the gpverhibent of his Principality. . • - . j

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LATEST FROM EUROPE., Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 367, 10 June 1881

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LATEST FROM EUROPE. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 367, 10 June 1881

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