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' [fefctftttß’ S TELEGRAMS —COPY BIGHT. ] Times ” on Colonial Finance. ~,, i'iv/ v London, Dec. 27. 'ln its issue this' morning the Times publishes.,. a leading article criticising . tbefinancial 1 policy of the Australian - cronies. - The Times recommends , that the colonies should devote their 1 to the prosecution of public'worts, instead of raising loans for. that purpose, and advises that liberal assistance should be extended persona desirous of emigrating to the -colonies. ■ ' 5 - ; -Judicial Appointment. • lw, The Right Hon; William Johnson, Q.C,, M.P. for Marlow, has been ap- ’ poirited to a Judgeship, and his seat in the, H.puse of< Commons has thereby become.vacant. Illness of Cardinal Newman. Cardinal Newman is suffering from a severe attack of bronchitis. [Received Dec. 29, 12.30 a.m.} Heavy Damages- - 'London, Dec. 28. . -: The libel action brought by Mr John J Bell, the well-known .sculptor, against Sir' Lkwes,' proprietor of Vanity Fait, has resulted in a verdict for the plaintiff

for five thousand pounds damages. The libellous statement alleged that certain works showed by Mr Bell as his own were really those of other sculptors. Wrecked. Madras, Dec. 27. The ship Southern Monarch, 1,326 tons, from Newcastle (October jgth), ran ashore at this port to-day, and has become a total loss. No lives have been lost. The Homeward Mails. San Francisco, Dec. 26. The steamship Australia, from Auckland (Dec. sth), arrived here yesterday with the homeward mail, three days before contract date.

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LATEST FROM EUROPE., Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 829, 29 December 1882

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LATEST FROM EUROPE. Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 829, 29 December 1882

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