LATtST FROM EUROPE [per p.euter’s agency.] Money and MercantileLondon, Nov. 19.
Three per cent. Consols have further declined j/i, and are quoted to-day at New Zealand securities remain at yesterday’s quotations. Adelaide wheat, ex store, 57s ; New Zealand ditto, 52 6d; Adelaide flour, ex warehouse, 42s ; Australian tallow—best beef, 39s per cwt.; best mutton, 41s 6d. The P. and 0. Co.
The Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company has declared a dividend of per cent, for the halfyear ended September 30, and a bonus of 2 per cent. A Political Surprise. London, Nov. 21.
The result of the election for Stafford has caused considerable interest and discussion not only in the neighborhood, but throughout England. The Liberals attribute Mr Salt’s victory to his local influence in the borough. The Irish, however, support the Conservatives, and claini that the result of the contest must be looked upon as a crushing censure on the Government.
A Change of Tactics. Vienna, Nov. 21.
Count Kalnoky de Korospatk, Ambassador to the Russian Court, has been recalled from St. Petersburg to succeed the late Baron Von Haymerle as Austro-Hungarian Minister of Foreign Affairs. The Anglo-French Commercial Treaty. Paris, Nov. 21. At an interview held between Sir Charles Dilke, the British Foreign Under-Secretary, and M. Garnbettaand M. Bouvier, new Minister of (om merce, it has been decided that formal negotiations for the new Anglo-French Commercial Trealy should be commenced in the middle of December.
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CABLE NEWS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 498, 22 November 1881
CABLE NEWS Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 498, 22 November 1881
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