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[per reuter’s agency.] Sentenced to Death. London, Nov. 7Percy Lefroy Mapleton, who was arrested on a charge of murdering Mr Gold on the Brighton Railway in July last has been sentenced to death. DepartedObituary—Most Rev. John McHale, D.D., Catholic Archbishop of Tuam, Ireland, aged 90. The Mails. The Homeward mails via Suez and Brindisi, which left Melbourne 28th September were delivered to-day. Monetary and Commercial. Consols remain at The market rate of discount has fallen to New Zealand securities are unchanged. Adelaide and New Zealand breadstuff's and Australian tallow remain at yesterday’s quotations. Galvanised iron, per ton, Liß ; best Sydney copra, Lig.
Submitting. Paris, Nov. 7. Telegrams to hand to-day from Tunis report that many of the rebel Tunisian tribes are now submitting to the French troops who were recently despatched against them. Return of Socialist Members to the Reichstag. Berlin, Nov. 8. A second ballot for the election of members to the Reichstag has resulted in the return of Socialist candidates for Bresedan, Magece, and Griez. An inspired article in the Berlin Post to-day states that Prince Bismarck is wearied and wishes to resign, leaving the Government to clericals and Conservatives. Incorrectly Reported. Vienna, Nov. 8. Baron de Kallar, Under Secretary for Foreign Affairs, has issued a statement to the effect that his speech in the Reichstag yesterday has been incorrectly reported. He affirms that what he said was that “ neither Italy no Austria had anything to ask or fear of one another.” Appeal to Gladstone, The leaders of the Bosnian League have made an appeal to Mr Gladstone against what they term the opposition of Austria in Bosnia.
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LATEST FROM EUROPE., Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 497, 10 November 1881
LATEST FROM EUROPE. Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 497, 10 November 1881
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