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LATEST FROM EUROPE.

[l>iß RBOXBU’S AGENCY.] Kauri Gum. London, May 30, At an auction which has been held of kauri gum, higher prices were realised. DeliveredThe mails per the Orient steamship Sorata, which left Melbourne on April 19th, were delivered here to-day. Money and the Markets-

Consols have declined to New Zealand securities remain at the following quotations : —Five per Cent. 10-40 Loan, 10 6)4 ; Five per Cent. 1889 Loan 105; Four and a Half per Cent. 1879-1904 Loan The wheat market is dull. Adelaide, ex store, is unchanged at 525, and New Zealand ditto at 51s. Adelaide flour, ex warehouse, 355. Australian tallow is firm at 42s 6d for best beef, and 44s for best mutton.

The Australian Eleven v. Cambridge University. The cricket match, Australians v. Cambridge University, was to-day resumed at Cambridge. The weather was fine, and the attendance during the day was enormous, the greatest interest being taken in the match. The Cambridge Eleven continued their first innings, which closed for a total of 266, C. T. Stndd being the highest scorer with 118. Palmer bowled splendidly for the Australians, taking six wickets

for 65 runs. The Australians then went in for their second innings, and when the stumps were drawn for the day had put together 212 for the loss of only six wickets. The following are the principal scores : Bannerman, caught, 24 ; Massie, caught, 20 ; Horan, bowled, 51 ; Giffen, not out, 55 ; Palmer, not out, 26.

Panic-Stricken. Arabi Pasha made a speech to-day in which he openly boasted that the Sultan of Turkey had decided to depose Tewfik Pasha, and to enthrone Prince Halim in his place. The panic among the Europeans, owing to the critical state of the country, is daily in-

creasing, and there has already been a considerable exodus from this and other towns to Alexandria. Sevenpence a Pound. London', May 31. A portion of the cargo of meat ex ship Dunedin from Port Chalmers has been placed in the market at Glasgow, and is realising yd per lb. The Australian Cricketers. The cricket match Australians v. Cambridge University has resulted in a victory for the baiter by six wickets. The Crisis in Egypt. Constantinople, May 31. It was thought that Lord Dufferin (English Ambassador) and Marquis de Noailles (French Ambassador) have requested the Sultan to make a declaration in favor of Tewfik Pasha remaining on the Egyptian throne. Land Leaguers in America. New York, May 30. The leaders of the American branches of the Irish League are making urgent appeals to their sympathisers for subscriptions to the funds of the League. They have shown a heavy decrease since the Phoenix Park murders.

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LATEST FROM EUROPE., Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 651, 1 June 1882

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LATEST FROM EUROPE. Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 651, 1 June 1882

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