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.... (IB Mercantile. , ~,, ; London, Jiilf &• (• Consols remain at , 19.0^.,;. , Zealand? securities are firm, anji the.: following kf the quota±ions ;-~Eive percent., 10.40 Loan, .105 %; • s.per cent.,. 1880 Loan, 105 ; 4s; per. cent, iSy§- 1 1904 Loan, 103. Adelaide warehouse, 48s 6d; Ne# Zealarid, ex ship, 475. Adelaide flpur, ex warehouse, 343.^ ’’ .Australian''. tahow,i ' : best bpef, 36s ; ; best4hutioh,!3Bij ,t Arrival of the Suez Mails.; ■ The homeward, Sdfez 'hiaiis vfai Brin; 'dish which* left Melbourne on . trere ■■ ’ ’ 1 a^lao.lX«apa| i. ~ London, s Jiuly 6. In the House of Commons fast night, further progress' was made) in the consideration of the Irish Land Bill in committee. Clauses seven to eleven were passed after debate, and progress was reported.; r ~, ■> // : Progressing Favorably. 1 Washington, . July 6. . . This morning’s < .bulletin* reports that General Garfield is progressing favorably towards recovery. -r Trouble Ahead. Athens, July 5. In consequence of intelligence received that the Turkish troops i have re-occpied Arta, a large force of Greek troops is being despatched to the district. The latter., have .already crossed the frontier, >nd are rapidly advancing to their destination. ~ '
[pek reuter’s agency.] The Detached Squadron, j
The squadron consisting of H.M.S’s Inconstant, Carysfort, Tourmaline, and Geo'pktra, willf leave Pbit Phillip lb-mbfrow''for Sydriey.'' ’ - .. I
The Royal Princes.: ; 1
The Royal Princes, will .proceed with the Inconstant, the Bachante being detained to her repairs. Arrival of Inwand Suez Mail
AiißAirr, July 6. 1
The P; and O. Company’s steamer Venetia arrived at King George’s Sound this morning, with the inwiard Suez mail, dated London, June 3rd. . Parliament.
Sydney, Julj &. In both Houses of Parliament list’ evening, the address in reply Mithi Governor’s opening speech was carried without divisions. 1 ‘ j Opening of Parliament. Bbisbane, July 6. ' The Queensland Parliament has ibeen opened by .the Governor. His Excellency, in his speech on the occhsiohj announced that the Government had failed to come to any agreement!with the English company for a construction of the trans-continental railway, but it was hoped the Government would be able to introduce a Bill for the purpose during the session. . ! Arrival of the Cotopaxi. j Adelaide, July & The Orient • Company’s steamship Cotopaxi arrived here this morning froih Plymouth. 5 : - ' ;■ >
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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 389, 7 July 1881
CABLE NEWS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 389, 7 July 1881
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