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CABLE MESSAGES.

[PBESS AGENCY.] EUROPEAN. London", June 15. The following is the result of the ascot oolv cvv, Value 500 soys., with a sweep of 20 soys. each ; second receives 200 soys., third 100 soys. About two miles and a half. "NV.f.s. Three-year-olds, 7st 51b ; four. Bst 101 b; five, 9st 31b ; six and aged, 9st 51b. Lord Lonsdale's b h Petrarch, 4 yrs, by Lord Clifford — Laurn ... ... ... ... 1 Lord Falmouth's b h Skylark, 4 yrs, by King Tom — Wheat-car . .. ... ... ... 2 Mr Acton's b h Coomassie, 5 yrs, by King Tom — Mahala 3 Seven started.

Bombay, June 18, 1.30 p.m. President MacMahon asked the Senate to assent to dissolve, because the Government were unable to exist with the present Chamber, without submitting to the Radicals, and paving ihe latter's way to power. The message was referred to a Committee. W'akapuaea, June 20, 2.15 a.m. June 19, 9 50 p.m. Tbe Montenegrins have been revictualled. It is announced that Mchemed Effendi has been compelled to retire, leaving 200 dead. An Egyptian contingent has arrived at StambeulAhmed Mudlar has been reinforced with the 24th battalion atNickaigh.

Singapore, June 18, 10 38 p.m. The Turks have crossed the Kodor and defeated the Cossacks. Mukhtar Pasha (who is in command at Kars) is strongly entrenched at Zewin. I 32 23 p.m. The Turkish right wing in Asia confronts ihe Kussian left wing at Alaechgerd The Turks are at Uiti, aud are advaucing on Pennek. j The Turkish right wing in Asia have taken an offensive position. It is reported that the Russian attack on Kars has bee#repulsed. June 19,3.45. A despatch from Mukhtar Pasha states that the Kussians were defeated at Aiaschergerd, after severe fighting. There is no news from the Danube. It is semi-officially stated at St Petersburg that ineidation is impossible, A levy of fresh troops is proposed.

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CABLE MESSAGES., Bruce Herald, Volume X, Issue 916, 22 June 1877

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CABLE MESSAGES. Bruce Herald, Volume X, Issue 916, 22 June 1877

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