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[per reuteu’s agency.] Money and the MarketsLondon, June 3. Consols remain at roNow Zealand securities are unchanged. Adelaide wheat, ex store, has declined to Sis; New Zealand wheat is unchanged at 51s; Adelaide flour, ex warehouse, has fallen to 345. Australian tallow is unchanged at 43s 6d for best mutton, and 44s 6d for best beef Off the coast cargoes of Adelaide wheat are being purchased for the Continent at 50s to 50s 6d. There are no changes to report in the money or colonial produce markets. The wool market continues firm, and 11,100 bales were offered at to-day’s sale. Delivered. The homeward Australian and New Zealand mails via San Francisco, which

left Auckland on April the 25th, were delivered in London to-day. The Egyptian Question. London. June 5. It has transpired that Lord Granville, Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, has received a telegram from Lord Dufferin, British Ambassador at Constantinople, expiessing an opinion that, in view of the recent action of the

Sultan in despatching Dervish Pasha to Egypt, it is desirable that the meeting of the proposed Conference of the Powers to consider the Egyptian question should be postponed.

Sir Henry Parke 3. Sir Henry Parkes has left England to visit Belgium, and has announced his intention of returning to Australia at an early date. Grand Prize. Paris, June 5. The Grand Prize of Paris was won to-day by Bruce, b c by See Saw — Carine; Baron Raymond’s Fernlow and Count F. de Lagrange’s Alhambra being second and third respectively.

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LATEST FROM EUROPE., Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 655, 6 June 1882

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LATEST FROM EUROPE. Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 655, 6 June 1882

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