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[rEUTEr's TELEGRAMS —COPYRIGHT. 1 The Royal'Party at Cork. London, April 16. The Prince and Princess of Wales were received with enthusiasm on their public appearance in Cork, and demonstrations of disloyalty were confined to occasional hisses amongst the bystanders. Monetary and Commercial. London, April 15. Consols The market rate of discount has fallen zs 6d, and is now 2% per cent., being below the Bank rate. New Zealand securities• Five per cent. 10-40 loan, 100 ; Four and a half per cent, 1879-1904 loan, Four per cent, inscribed stock, Colonial breadstuffs—Adelaide wheat, ex store, 40s; Adelaide flour, ex store, 275, New Zealand wheat, ex store, 34s to 395. Tallow and hides are unchanged. (Received April 17, 2.40 p.m.) Federation Enabling Bill. London, April 16. The Australian Federation Enabling Bill, introduced by Earl Dei by, was read for the first time to-day in the House of Lords.
[REUTER’S TELEGRAMS —COPYRIGHT.] Armed Cruiser. Melboubne, Yesterday. The Australian Superintendent of the Peninsula and Oriental Steam Navigation Company confirms the news that the Massilia will be employed as an armed cruiser on the Australian station, and states that she will be immediately handed over to the naval authorities at Sydney. Shipping. Adelaide, Yesterday. Arrived—R.M.S. Lusitania, with the London mails of March 13. (Received April 17, 12.40 p.m.) Colored Labor. Brisbane, To-day. TJie flon S. Griffiths, Premier of Queensland, in an address delivered yesterday, defended the policy of the Government with regard to the question of colored labor, and said that of Polynesian commission were enbugh to cak discredit upon the name of Queensland. ' Shipping Sydney, To-day. Sailed, yesterday afternoon- —Te Anau, fo’r Auclclahd.
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CABLE NEWS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume V, Issue 1516, 17 April 1885
CABLE NEWS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume V, Issue 1516, 17 April 1885
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