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[REUTER’S TELEGRAMS —COPYRIGHT.] Fenian Outrage. London Nov. 26. News has been received here that a detective has been shot at and killed: at Dublin by a Fenian. The murderer was, however, wounded by the police,, and arrested, with two others after a severe struggle.:: Further details regarding the murder state that it is now known that an en«counter took place in the city between ,a gang 1 often men, who are stated to be, .Fenians, and of six detectives,' -.during Which one of the latter was shot -and mortally wounded. His comrades fired upon the murderer and wounded .and captured him. A desperate strug-, •gle ensued; but the police ultimately 'effected the arrest of lour of the gang. ■Strict inquiry is now being made into the affair, which has caused great exxitement and dismay in the city. The capture of the remainder of the gang, has not yet been effected. ■ H.B.H. Convalesent. London, Nov. 27. 1 the Duke of Edinburgh, has recovered from ah attack of bronchitis, with which he was recently seized. Bowled. » i Obituary James Lillywhite, the well-known cricketer. n Money and the Markets. Consols remain at 102 New Zealand securities and colonial produce are unchanged. The market rate of discount has fallen to j the Bank ;rafe is 5. The catalogue at to-day’s wool sale comprised 800 bales. Prices |are steady, but the demand was not active.

Y - Later, rs Consols are quoted at 102%!, being an advance of Ju'. There are no other changes to report in the colonial securities or produce markets. Shipping. The Merchant Shipping and Underwriters Association notify the arrival of the ship Ravenswing, from Lyttelton (August 5), - Conservative Victory.

In the election which has taken place for the vacancy in the representation of Cambridge, in the House of Commons, the Right Hon. H. C. Races (?), Conservative, has been returned by a large majority over the Liberal candidate. [Received Nov. 29, 2.20 p.m.] A Rupture-

A rupture has arisen in the negotiations which were proceeding between France and England, on the subject of ■Madagascar. ’ Envoys from the latter country; who 1 recently went to France, have now arrived in London, '■ ; Irish Outrages. ~News. is to hand from Dublin of a serious outrage committed there torday. A map who - had just alighted from a Cgr deliberately stabbed a juror in the caspof Hynes', who is now under trial The jurytpan lies ip a moribund state. A bailiff, who was a witness of tbie, outrage made an attempt to seize the assassin, the latter, however, escaped in the car from which he had .<■ plighted, but only after a struggle, in which he was severely stabbed by the bailiff. Ip consequence of recent outrages the force of police in Dublin is hcmg augmented* and all constables < grp now armed with revolvers.

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LATEST FROM EUROPE., Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 805, 29 November 1882

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LATEST FROM EUROPE. Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 805, 29 November 1882

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