HOME AND FOREIGN". [per press association.] Sydney, May 20. In the Legislative Assembly Mr Dibbs suggested that the Federation debate should be postponed owing to Sir H. Parkes' illness. The Premierrequested that the debate should proceed at the end of the week, when the Government would further express their intentions. At the Wesleyan Conference, the exchange of the Beys Simple and Taylor was rescinded, and the Victorian conference was directed to make a suitable interchange for Mr Taylor. It was agreed to form Queensland into a separate conference at the end of 1893. The next general conference w»s fixed for Adelaide in 1894 r . n ' Melbourne, May 20. A Woolgrowers' Union has been formed, with a Council, to enable all the Colonies to act in unison in cases of dispute. Brisbane, May 20. A private cable message announces that the passengers •by the British India Company's Dacca, wrecked on Daedalus reef, are destitute. It is believed that three hundred immigrants were on board. It is expected that the Palacoota will bring them on to Australia.
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TELEGRAPHIC., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2435, 21 May 1890
TELEGRAPHIC. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2435, 21 May 1890
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