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NEW SOUTH WALES.

I Bydnby, Jaly 81. j j A Noumean paper received by the mail contains a splenitic article con- , derauing the appointment of Mr ! • Rnnvlly as British Consul to the New Hebrides, It accuses England of b ing an indef iiigable enemy to commerce m the Pac'fic, and only intent on supporting missionaries who are engaged m a propaganda against the French. It declares Mr RomilJy's j appointment is a violaiion of the Anglo ,'Frerich Treaty regarding the New Heb- : ides. A good deal of opposition is being manifested m political circles to the ! renewal cf the cmtract for the ' Frisco 1 service. Mr O'Sullivan, formerly Pre- , sident of the Seamen's Union, has given notice of motion m the Legislative | tive Assembly that, io extending the contrac, tie Government should debar ths Unicn Steamship Company from subletting it to any British or foreign Company, or charte-ing vessels not registered m an Aust-alian port, j In order to extend tie railway system ! the Minis'er of Public Works has submi ted a scheme for the approval of the Government to construct light rail a ays m remote distiicts to act as feeders for the main lines.

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NEW SOUTH WALES., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2188, 1 August 1889

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NEW SOUTH WALES. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2188, 1 August 1889

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