[BY EIKOTMOTeLKGBAPH.—CoPTBIfIHT.I [Pkb Pbhbs Association, j CATTLE QUARANTINE. HOBART, June 13. The Government have recommended the reduction of the quarantine regulations affecting cattle from New Zealand to thirty days. INTERCOLONIAL DEFENCE. ADELAIDE, June 13. Lord Knuteford has cabled to the Government that General Edwards has been instructed to communicate with the military authorities of the several colonies in reference to him inspecting the colonial forces. NEW SOUTH WALES'S FINANCES. SYDNEY, June 13. The revenue for the first five months of this year shows a surplus of L 40.000 above the estimate.
ECCLESIASTICAL. SYDNEY, June 13,
The Synod is now considering the appoint' ment of a successor to Dr Barry as Primate,
A CRIMINAL CA USE CELEBRE. MELBOURNE, June 13.
The Cutler case has been further complicated by the arrest of a man named Stevens on a charge of being the murderer of ths Chinaman who was beaten to death.
A GERMAN COMMISSIONER. ADELAIDE, June 18.
Dr Rubland, a membor of the Bavarian Foreign Office, haa arrived here. He hai been requested by Prince Bismarck to make a tour of the world and acquire information regarding the commerce, railways, land laws, agriculture, and general industries of the several countries he visits.
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INTERCOLONIAL., Evening Star, Issue 7932, 13 June 1889
INTERCOLONIAL. Evening Star, Issue 7932, 13 June 1889
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