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LATEST FROM EUROPE.

|"PRR REUTER's AORNCY.] Money and the Markets. London, July 17. Consols remain at New Zealand securities:—Five per Cent. 1889 Loan, has advanced to 106 y? ; and Four and a Half per Cent. 1879-1904 Loan, advanced 102 to 103^; Five per Cent, 10-40 Loan, remain at Adelaide and New Zealand breadstuffs continue firm at 53s for Adelaide wheat, and 51s 6d for New Zealand, ex warehouse; Adelaide flour, ex warehouse, remains at 38s. Australian tallow is also firm at 43s 6d for best beef, and 44s 6d for best mutton. The Australian Cricketers. The Australian cricketing team commenced a match to-day against Eleven of Yorkshire at Bradford. There was a very large attendance. The weather was fine, but the wicket was heavy, owing to the recent rain. The visitors went in first, and were all disposed of for 132. Bannerman was the highest scorer with 42 caught. The Home team then went in for their first innings, and had put together 25 runs for the loss of Ave wickets, when stumps were drawn for the day. The bowling of the Australians was dead on the wicket, and the Englishmen could not take liberties with it. A Bad Look Out.

London, July 18.

Intelligence is to hand from Ireland that there are signs of disease among the potato crops, and it is feared the season’s yield will be materially affected. What the “News” Says. The Daily News says in reference to the Maori deputation that the treatment of the Maoris must eventually be improved. Probable Resignations. The resignations of the Right Hon. Jos. Chamberlain, President of the Board of Trade, and Mr H. Courtney, Under-Secretary for the Colonies, are considered possible. The Stolen Earl. The body of the late Earl Crawford and Balcarres, which was stolen from the mausoleum at Dunecht in February last, has been discovered concealed in the grounds adjoining. [The above telegram has been delayed in transmission beyond Australia.]

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LATEST FROM EUROPE., Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 693, 20 July 1882

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LATEST FROM EUROPE. Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 693, 20 July 1882

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