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LATEST FROM EUROPE.

[PKII RELTEII's AHUNOV.] Money and the MarketsLondon, July 18. Consols remain at Five per Cent. New Zealand 10-40 Loan, has advanced by to 107 ; Five per Cent., 1889 Loan, has declined 20s to 105 ; Four and a Half per Cent. 18791904 Loan, has declined to 103. Adelaide wheat, ex warehouse, has declined is to 525, and New Zealand ex warehouse, has declined is 6d to 50s. Adelaide flour, ex warehouse, remains at 38s. Australian tallow is firm at last quotations. Safe Home. Arrived —The ship Perthshire, from Lyttelton (April Ist). The Australian Cricketers. The cricket match at Bradford was resumed to-day. The Yorkshire men were all disposed of in their first innings for 68 runs, or 64 behind the Australians. The latter in their second innings scored 67. The Home team then required 132 runs to win, and

went ir. for their second innings, and when the stumps were drawn for the day they had put together 11 without the loss of a wicket. The weather was showery, and the play was frequently stopped during the day. The wicket was heavy, and in generally bad order owing to the rain. There was a very large attendance, notwithstanding the bad weather. London, July 19. The cricket match Australians versus Yorkshire, at Bradford, was concluded to-day, and resulted in a victory for the former by 47 runs. The Yorkshire men, in their second innings, required 132 to win the match, but only succeeded in putting together 85 runs. The bowling of the Australians was dead on the wicket, and their fielding excellent. 'Hie weather to-day was fine, and there was again a large attendance. The Arrears of Rents BillLondon, July 20. In the House of Commons last night the Arrears of Rents in Ireland Bill, providing for the payment by the State of a portion of the arrears due by the tenants, snch payments to be taken out of the surplus funds of the Irish Church, was again under consideration in committee. After further discussion the whole of the clauses were agreed to, and the measure was passed through committee.

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LATEST FROM EUROPE., Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 694, 21 July 1882

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LATEST FROM EUROPE. Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 694, 21 July 1882

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