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AUSTRALIAN.

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Sydney, May, 31. In the football matches the 'first Senior Badge was wonjby the Zealandia Football" Club, who' defeated the university team ,by 32 points to nothing.'! Dr McLeod's first wife has/ obtained i« a divorce. ,; ■ ■.- vi i > > ri. - '. „ , „-, ,•> .■- ,- June.l.,,. ,- MrHenry George leavetff or England on Tuesday, and- ha&.been.awjorded an enthusiastic farewell. ~He Addressed a large audience last night.on theJEallacy / of|roteVtion.> J V/ :h H VI.IVM if A .; ! MEL^ojnRNE, May 31. I iAt the VieioraiJCJgbji Coursing Tweeting to-day the -Derby was^won by Mimifc-* with- f I?ings,u^s •'' tuW™lT| Maude Exeter! wion'^lie' -Oaks," with-' I Lunatio.aa^rtmiier-up.„„ v ; v ',, ( j - u^'loVf It is understopd.. tHat, the >Att^rney« General proceeds ; to; cEngjand' to induct : the: appeal^jm,, Ah ylfayfeT«S«Sr • Some remarkable disclosures have bfeen made with regard-to the sweating system in Melbourne. iWonien { add men, in considerable' numbers, i^aw-^ huddled together in filthy, tenements,^^ earning only from" 2s 6d to 15s a weeir | ! ,Pxßra(w;.i ; )>May 3irxGovernmeht'fias 'been awakened to the fact thatthe proposed Constitution Act excludes Chinese, and it is, therefore, immaterial 'whether yclause, 8 is '■ retained or not. \~ , ■Vi ..- Pt^^-c*

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AUSTRALIAN., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 2430, 2 June 1890

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AUSTRALIAN. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 2430, 2 June 1890

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