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[per reuter’s agency.] Irish Affairs. London, Dec. 28. A proclamation has been issued by the Irish executive declaring that the posting of notices to quit will henceforth be deemed a good service in the disturbed districts. The Anglo-French Treaty. Sir Charles Dilke, Under Secretary for Foreign Affairs, has left for Paris to join in the Anglo-French Treaty negotiations which are now proceeding in that city. Joined the Majority. Obituary—Sir Robert Lusk, one o the; Lords Justices of Appeal, aged' 74.' Wool Sales. The total probable quantity of wool to be opened at ; the next including the amount held over ftdtn the last sales, is 350,000 bales'. The Khedive’s Sentiments! Cairo, Dec. 27. An Egyptian Assembly of notables met to-day, and was opened by, the Khedive, who, in a speech on the occasion, , urged': the consideration of a moderate programme as a means of instruction towards progress.. His Highness further advocated due. respect, to the International obligation of the State. .■ Diplomatic. ! Vienna, Dec. 28. Diplomatic relations between the Austrian and Roumanian Governments have been resumed, the latter' having apologised for its policy adopted in regard to]the navigation of the Danube.
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CABLE NEWS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 521, 29 December 1881
CABLE NEWS Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 521, 29 December 1881
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