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(PER PRESS ASSOCIATION.) NEW SOUTH WALES. Jaly 6. A Royal Commission appointed to enquire into the grave charges made by Mr Deasy, one of the Irish delegates, against the Post Office officials of having opened letters addressed to him, have submitted their report to his Excellency the Governor. They report that, after making enquiries, they find Mr Deasy has failed to substantiate the alleged charges* Sydney, Joly 7. AH hope of rescuing the entombed miners has been abandoned. JbswoAsixis, Jaly 7.. JThe Native team met the Newcastle disjrtcryesref day," 'iH~arfostßair match under Association rules, and were defeated by 6 goals to 2 goals.

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AUSTRALIAN. . Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2167, 8 July 1889

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