[By Elect bio Telegraph—Copybioht.J (Per Press Association, i
A MALAY MURDERED. BRISBANE, June 4. A Malay has been murdered at Cooktown *-»»t there is no clue to the murderer.
A c CREW. June4. ~ n r, P* “-<» schooner H.M.S. Raven picked up w .„„ a \ Freddy near Moresby Island (New Guu. There were thirty-five miners (sic) aboard. The captain and crew had abandoned the vessel, COURSING. MELBODRNE, June 4. The Australian Champion Coursing Stake has been initiated. It comprises sixty-four subscribers at L 25 each, and 500 sovs added money will be given. The winner of the stake is to receive LI,OOO, which is the largest coursing stake given In the world. The event comes off hero on the 26th inst. SPORTING. MELBOURNE. June 4. The Melbourne and Caulfield Cup entries were only issued to-day, owing to the decision of both clubs to copyright the lists, in order to prevent advertising agents from using similar lists for advertising purposes. AQUATIC. MELBOURNE, June 4. The amateur sculling championship of Victoria was won by Mr Baldy. PERSONAL. SYDNEY. June 4.
The mother and sister of the murdered constable Sutherland reside in New Zealand.
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INTERCOLONIAL., Evening Star, Issue 7924, 4 June 1889
INTERCOLONIAL. Evening Star, Issue 7924, 4 June 1889
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