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LATEST FROM EUROPE.

' [REUTER’S TELEGRAMS —COPYRIGHT.] Money and Breadstuff’s. \ London, Nov. 24. V Consols remain at The markets for colonial breadstuff's and tallow '’..’are unchanged. The total quantity of ; .wheat afloat for Great Britain is .2,170,000 quarters, being an increase of 5,000 during the week. The Wool Auctions. At to-day’s wool sale 10,000 bales were offered. Medium and inferior wools were generally in request at reduced prices ; good qualities are firm. Por the Benefit of his Health. The Right Hon. H. C. E. Childers, N Secretary of State for War, has gone to ■ r the Continent for a trip for the benefit 'of his health, which became seriously r impaired through over-work. The Duke of Edinburgh. H.E.H. the Duke of Edinburgh is at present suffering from a severe attack of bronchitis. - The Debate on the Cloture. The debate in the House of Commons on Mr Gladstone’s proposed new rules in reference to the business of the House has been rapidly proceeded with. At the recent sittings during the past week, seven more of the Premier’s resolutions have been passed, and all ■ the rules affecting procedure have now been dealt with. Three final reso- ' lutions affecting Standing Committees alone remain to be discussed.

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LATEST FROM EUROPE., Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 803, 27 November 1882

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LATEST FROM EUROPE. Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 803, 27 November 1882

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