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[REUTER’S TELEGRAMS—COPYRIGHT.} : ■ ’> > The Cloture Resolutions-. London Nov. 27. In the House of Commons to-day, the thirteenth of Mr Gladstone’s resolutions—viz., that regarding Standing; Committees on Law and Courts o£ Justice, Trade, etc., was adopted aftet’ further debate. Wool. -‘ :i At the wool sale to-day 9,006 ba!e& : were offered. There was only a small attendance of buyers, and the tone W the auction was quiet. Parliamentary. V.:; Parliament will, on Friday next w prorogued until February. 1883. The Sinews of War. In the House of Commons last night Mr Gladstone introduced the supple?.

mentary estimates of the expenditure ; in Egypt up to October last, amountit|j|j‘ to Li,060,000. The Premier . aUrnounced that all the cost arising fraoST British occupation after October willh# borne entirely by Egypt. The total cost; of the Egyptian campaign to England' and India will amount to four and half millions sterling. The State of Dublin. Li * In consequence of the slate of excitement now prevailing in Dublin,* further stringent measures have adopted for the preservation of peace;., in that city, and a proclamation.(bak been issued - by the Executive to-day* declaring that the curfew clause of tbo’ Coercion Act, under which persons’found abroad after dark are liable/t#: arrest, will be enforced. A reward T s£ L 5,000 has been offered for theVapipp&i - hension of the assassins of the [ engaged on Hynes’ trial. The tqufc ! derers are, however, still at large. ; -J Madagascar. ; Farl Granville, Foreign Secretary,’ ’ replying to a deputation which waited, : on him to-day with regard to tfe" Brazza’s treaty and the recent tions between the French Government and the Envoys from stated that he was not aware of the existence of any treaty giving France a Protectorate over the Island of Madagascar. [Received Nov. 30, 2.25 p.m.] Money and the MarketsLoudon, Nov. 28. Consols have declined to 102. Adelaide wheat, ex store, remains at 49s 6d, and New Zealand ditto, at 44s to 475. Adelaide flour, ex, warehouse, 345. Australian tallow—best mutton has advanced to 44s 6d, best beef remains at 42 s. At; to-day’s wool auctions 9,600 bales were. offered. Tlje tone of the sale ryap> rather weaker. Scoured wools were. * generally about lower than at the close of the last sales. Inferior and faulty wools of all kinds y 2 d to yd lower, scoured, crossbred fleece, antj; greasy crossbreds are irregular. AdjSr laide greasy wools are about }£d to id lower than at last sales closing rates. Heavy fine crossbreds are in demand, and very firm. Gambetta Shot. Paris, Nov. 28. M. Gambetta met with a serious accident yesterday. While handling a revolver the charge went off, and shot entered, his arm and some distance through the flesh, inflicting a bad wound. M. Gambetta now lies in a very feverish state. An Overflow. Berlin, Nov. 27. Owing to the continued heavy raid'

in Prussia the Khine has overflowed '.its and floods have been caused. traffic on the river is at present stopped. Arahi - Cairo, Nov. 28. ,Earl Dufferin has had under consideration the evidence taken by a ’ Commission of Enquiry, and has adL Vised'that the charges against Arabi in ’‘(connection with the massacres at Alex.ihdria and other places, and the burn* *uigof that city, should not be brought . forward at the trial.

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LATEST FROM EUROPE., Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 806, 30 November 1882

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LATEST FROM EUROPE. Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 806, 30 November 1882

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