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[per rbuter’s agency.] Without Change, London, June 7. There are no changes to report in the money markets or for colonial produce.

The Australian Cricketers.

The cricket match between the Australians and the Yorkshire County Eleven was resumed to-day at Bradford. The Home team, who had lost four wickets tor 100 runs at the close of yesterday’s play, continued their first innings, and were all disposed of for a total of 156, as against 128 of the Australians. The latter, in their second innings made 135. Bonner was the highest scorer, being caught for 35; Murdoch, Ibw, 29. The Yorkshiremen then commenced their second innings, but had only lost three wickets for 30 runs when the stumps were drawn. The match was therefore drawn, the Home team requiring 88 runs to win, and having seven wickets to fall. The play was somewhat spoilt by showers ot rain, but the attendance was again very large.

The Wool Sales. At the wool sales to-day 11,600 bales were catalogued. Prices are firm, and an active demand was experienced. The Brindisi Mail. The Australian and New Zealand mails, via Suez and Brindisi, were delivered here to-day. Happy Colonist. Brussels, June 7. Sir H. Parkes, Premier ot New South Wales, has been presented at Court, and is invited to lunch with his Majesty King Leopold, at the Royal Palace at Lacken, near this city, on Saturday next. Not to be Cremated. Naples, June 7. The executors of the late General Garibaldi have found that cremation of his remains, in accordance with the desire expressed in his will, is not feasible, and it has been abandoned. The patriot’s body has been conveyed to the Island of Caprera, where he usually resided, and will be interred there to day.

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LATEST FROM EUROPE., Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 658, 9 June 1882

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LATEST FROM EUROPE. Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 658, 9 June 1882

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