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CABLE NEWS.

LAThST FROM EUROPE [Teh reuteu’s agency.] From New Zealand. London, May 20. Arrived Ships Unicorn, from Oamaru, December 17th; Marion Neil, from Oamaru, January 20th ; Dunedin, from Port Chalmers, February 15 th. Re-Organised. London, May 21. The Irish Detective Force has lately undergone a complete re organisation. Joined the Majority. Obituary—Duke of Grafton, aged sixty-eight. A Ticket of Leaver on Ireland. London, May 22. Michael Davitt, who was recently released on ticket-of-leave, addressed a meeting of the agents of the Land League at Chester 10-day and, in the course of bis speech strongly advocated tbe complete abolition of landlords in Ireland, and urged that active steps should be taken toward that end. No Foundation. Cairo, May 21. The statements current here yesterday that the entrance to the Suez Canal was being guarded by the French gunboats forming a portion of the united squadron, is now proved to be incorrect. The Unhappy Jews. Vienna, May 21. Intelligence is to hand from Brody that great mortality is occurring among the children of the Jewish refugees encamped near that town, and who are in a starving condition. From Auckland. New York, May 20. Arrived—Ship Eyvor, from Auckland, February 9UI. The Powers Appealed To. Constantinople, May 20. The Porte has sent an appeal to the Powers against the action of England and France in despatching their squadrons to Egypt. AUSTRALIAN. [per REUl'Kr’s AC) ENOY. ] Larrikinism at a Theatre and its Con* sequences. Melbourne, To-day. In the Theatre Royal last night while a larrikin who was creating a disturbance was being arrested, a false alarm of fire was raised. There was a general rush for the doors, but the panic was soon allayed. Several persons were injured by the crush during the stampede. Shipping. Sydney, Yesterday. H.M.S. Nelson has sailed for Wellington. Arrived, yesterday afternoon—The Union Company’s steamship Arawata, from Auckland. An Aucklander’s Fate. Edward Gibbon, native of Auckland, was found dead in the Domain to-day, having committed suicide by shooting himself with a pistol.

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CABLE NEWS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 643, 23 May 1882

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CABLE NEWS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 643, 23 May 1882

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