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LATEST FROM EUROPE[per reutbr’s agency.] Monetary and CommercialLondon, Nov. 15. Consols have advanced to icojHi; there are no other changes to report in the money market or in the markets for Colonial breadstuff's and tallow. Selected transparent kauri gum is at Ln ios. Promoted. It is announced that W. J. Tendell, one of the Assistant Secretarys of the Local Government Board, is appointed Lieutenant-Governor of Natal. Sir Evelyn Wood, the present Governor of the colony, will return to England at the end of December. Resigned. Berlin, Nov. 15. Count de St. Va'Mere, French Ambassador to Germany, has resigned his post. Another Resignation. St. Petersburg, Nov. 15. General Ghanzy, Ambassador o France to the Russian Court, has re signed, and will shortly return to Paris The Ministerial Programme. Paris, Nov. 15. In the Chamber of Deputies to-day, M. Gambetta in a long and important address, set forth the Ministerial programme for the session, and explained at length the views of the new Government. In the course of his speech he referred especially to the necessity of introducing gradual reforms, the importance of extending the commerce of the nation by the aid of Treaties of Commerce, and the necessity of maintaining peace both at home and abroad. The Stars and Stripes and the Union Jack. Washing ion, Nov. 16. The Hon. L. S. Sackville West, the new British Minister to the United States, presented himself to-day to the President at White House. General Arthur, in receiving Mr West, stated that he would do his utmost to increase the present harmony and good-will which existed between England and America.


[PER REUTER'S AGENCY.] Oats. Melbourne, To-day. New Zealand feeding oats are quoted at 3s yd, and milling sorts at 3s rod. Tall Shooting. Sydney, Yesterday. The Intercolonial rifle match today was won by the New South Wales team, with a score of 1,091 points. Victoria scored 1,061, and Queensland 1,009. Arrived. Arrived this morning, Pacific Company’s steamship Australia, from San Francisco, via Auckland.

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CABLE NEWS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 494, 17 November 1881

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CABLE NEWS Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 494, 17 November 1881

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