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(KB PBIBS ASSOCIATION.) Per Marlposa at Auckland. (Dates from Europe to 15th December.) AUOXLAND, Jaouary 5. A woman named Gallagher, jast arrived at Queenstown by the s.s. Umbrla, f-r New York, was arrested on December 15. She had fifty dynamite cartridges con cealed inner dreas. George Routledge. the publisher, on December 14<h- . The London ''Standard" of Dec. 13 •ays the letter written by Osman Dlgaa to Sir W. Gr»nby asserts the Mahdi had an •ngaeement with Emln Bey and defeated him. the latter's troops having mutinied. Emln and a white traveller aurrendered to the Mihdland were held prisoners. He will surrender them provided Egypt abandons Suftklm, otherwise they will be executed. On the 10th Mr Gladstone published a letter whteh stated Mr John Bright and himself w^re always the beßt of friends. In a cheap restaurant at Bermondsey, London, on Deoember lOrh, a man made an nnprovoked attack on the landlady a daughter and cut her throat. Her life la endangered. 3rea% exoitement prevailed, m the assailant Ii tupposed to be " Jack the Ripper." The British ship, Hsrtlepool, was wrecked eff Eggesuod, Norway, Only tour members of the orsw of 21 were laved. . Dr Jumblety, lately arrejted m London on susptoijn of being tbe Whitechapel murderer, end then discharged, was missIng on December Ist He had arrived at New York and ii there under police ivctellanoe. A sensation has been caused m Borne by the refusal of the Pope to bless a number of medals and relics sent to him by Irish priest* for the papal benedlotlon before distribution m Ireland. In refusing to perform the act the Pope said, I cannot bleu them. The people of Ireland are disobedient. They seem to prefer the gospel of Dillon and O'Brien to the Gotpel of JrSUB Christ." Mall advices from the West Coast of Africa, at Liverpool, Deoember 4, say the mmor has reached Bonny Bonny from the Upper Niger that Stanley Is proceeding •lopg tbe Great Oil Rivers under the British fUg. The Natives are friendly. Another despatch says the White Pasha Is ttjßahc el Ghazsl moving north. Military men In London believe the White Pasha la Stanley. A m«n named HonstGn, Seoretary of the Irish Loyal and Patriotic Union, Is •aid to have aold the Parnell letter* to the - « Times." He bought them from Ricbi ■ 1 Pimot, by whom they were forged. It was officially announced on Deo 13, thai the Pope never intended to leave Borne.

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FRISCO MAIL NEWS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2029, 5 January 1889

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FRISCO MAIL NEWS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2029, 5 January 1889

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