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LATEST FROM EUROPE.

[REUTER** TELEGRAMS—COPYRIGHT.] A Bad Start. London, Nov. 8. The ship Kiandra has put info Plymouth, and is discharging a portion ot her cargo which has become slightly damaged owing to the severe weather. The Kiandra is presumed to be bound from London to Port Chalmers. 1;, The Premier on Ireland.' } London Nov. 10. The Premier was present at the Guildhall banquet, held yesterday evening (Lerd Mayor’s day), and in the course of his speech referred at some length to the present aspect of affairs in Ireland. Mr Gladstone laid great emphasis upon the continued dominion of crime in that country. He added, however, that the situation had bflate shown considerable improvement, and that the tendency to seek redress of grievances by peaceful and legal means was evidently reviving. _ Russia’s Attitude towards Vienna, Nov.! 9. At the sitting of the Austro-Hun-garian Delegations to-day, the attitude of the Russian Government %as brought under discussion. Count Dalnocy, Minister of Foreign Affairs, remarked during the debate that the peaceful opinions which were know# to be entertained by the Czar were a guarantee that the policy of Russia would tend towards the preservation ot peace in Europe. [special to the press association—-copy-right.] Democratic Success. London, Nov. 8, 7.35 p.m. _ Governor Cleveland, the Democratic candidate, has been elected Governor of New York, and Mr Butler, the Democratic candidate, has also secured the Governorship of Massachusetts. The Democrats are secure of a decisive majority in the next Congress. The Republican party expect to gain in the South, but these cannot affect the heavy Democratic successes in. the North. The Oloture. London, Nov. 9, 5.65 p.m. Mr Gladstone, in commenting iiuthe House of Commons on the avoweaj intention of the Irish members to support Sir Stafford Northcote’s amendment for the rejection of the procedure resolutions, said that the rejection of the cloture would be disastrous to Ireland, as he personally was in favor of a large and liberal measure of selfcgovernment for that country. *• Denied. 1 The Sultan has denied that-., he authorised the letters to Arabi which have been produced before the Special Commissioner. Seriously HI. M. Louis Blanc, French journalist and statesman, is serously ill. » Money and the Markets. Consols remain at 102 54. The Bank rate remains at 5 per cent., and raalket rate at 3. The Bank reserved. is L 9,700,000, showing an increase of L 500,000 during the week. New gea; land securities and colonial breadstuff’s and tallow are without quotable change. Australian hides are dull and sloyr? of sale, but prices are unchanged. ‘* The Liverpool Cup. London, Nov. 10, 6 a.m. This race resulted as follows.;— Gogotes, 1 ; Sybil, 2 ; Wallenstein, 3. A Want of Confidence. M. Duclerc, has, in the Chamber, challenged a vote of want of confidence on the question of relations with the English Government. The challenge was rather coldly received, but the divisions which have taken place in the Chamber shows the strength of the Government to be unimpaired. Encouraging. The Board of Trade returns show* a diminution of agrarian crime by fourfifths. A Warning. Mr Scanlan has informed the Basutos that fighting will result unless they submit.

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LATEST FROM EUROPE., Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 790, 11 November 1882

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LATEST FROM EUROPE. Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 790, 11 November 1882

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