NEW SOUTH WALES.
Sydney, Jane 10. An important case has arisen m connection with the immigration laws, two girls having been arrested here for Ueaving Queensland within six months of their arrival m the latter colony from 'Home. This afternoon the question was raised m the House that the arrest was a disgrace to free Australians. Sir Henry Parkes, replying, said Government could adopt no other course m the matter without being unneighborly to Queensland and there the matter ended Tbe cable repairing steamer, Sherard Osborne, leaves here immediately for the purpose of over-hauling the Aus-tralian-New Zealand cable. A weak spot exists m the cable. CaptaiQ Fielding and Mr Hurley, the second mate of the wrecked steamer Fijian, have had their certificates suspended for six months by the Marine Board. Mr R. H, Levien, solicitor, who resigned his seat m the Assembly on June ist m consequence of being suspended by the Court for a contraven tion of the Attorney's Act is allowing his managing clerk to receive a percentage of the profits, bas been re-elected for Tamworth without opposition.
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NEW SOUTH WALES., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2148, 11 June 1889
NEW SOUTH WALES. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2148, 11 June 1889
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