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LATEST FROM EUROPE.

[per reuter's agency.] Money and the Markets. London, Juno 15. Consols remain at ex div. ; and New Zealand securities at the following quotations ; —Five per Cent. 10.40 Loan 106JZ ; Five per Cent. 1889 Loan 1063 Four and a Half per Cent. 1879-1904 Loan, 103. The Bank rate of discount is unchanged at 3 per cent., and the market at The total reserve in notes and bullion in the Bank of England is being an increase of L 750,000 compared with the reserve last week. The market for Colonial produce is unchanged. At to-day’s wool sales a firm demand was experienced for lots offered. The catalogue comprised 7,800 bales. Since the opening of the series 14,500 bales have been withdrawn from sale. Fully Confirmed. The statement contained in the telegram published on Tuesday morning that the Khedive and Dervish Pasha have requested the Sultan to despatch 18.000 Turkish troops to Egypt is now fully confirmed. The Min-y-don. The ship Min-y-don, which left Newcastle on nth Feb. last for Lyttelton with a cargo of coal, and which has not since been heard of, has been “posted” at Lloyds. The State of Ireland. In the House of Commons to-day, Mr George Otto Trevelyan, Chief Secretary for Ireland, replying to a question, admitted that there was an appalling increase in the number of evictions now taking place in Ireland. The Egyptian Mess. The London Times this morning published a telegram from Egypt, stating that the Khedive and Dervish Pasha, chief Turkish Commissioner, have sent a request to the Sultan that 18.000 Turkish troops should be despatched without delay to Alexandria. A Conference. A proposition to hold a conference for the settlement of the Egyptian question is now gaining fresh prominence in Egyptian political circles. Sir Henry. Berlin, June 15. Sir Henry Parkes has arrived here. An Exodus. Cairo, June 15. A general exodus of Europeans from this city to Alexandria is taking place. The offices of the English and the French Controllers-General have been closed. Precautionary. The British, German, French, and Greek vessels now in port have been ordered to take on board any subjects of their respective countries who may desire to embark. Two hundred Natives have in all been arrested in connection with the recent outbreak. To be Enquired Into: A commission has been appointed to enquire into the cause of the recent Native riots and attacks upon Europeans. Latest From Egypt. Alexandria, Juno 16. A commission has been appointed to enquire into the recent native outbreak, and has commenced its sittings. The working of the Egyplion telegraph lines is partialiy interrupted, owing to the exodus of Europeans from Cairo and other places, several telegraph officials being among those who have left.

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LATEST FROM EUROPE., Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 665, 17 June 1882

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LATEST FROM EUROPE. Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 665, 17 June 1882

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