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INTERCOLONIAL.

[By Eleotrio Telegraph—Copybight.J [Peb Press Association.]

THE WHEAT MARKET. SYDNEY, Joke 29,

Of the quantity of wheat required to supply the deficiency in this colony considerably more than one-third has arrived or been arranged for. As the market is at present shaping, pricoß seem likely to give little inducement tor further shipments from California for some time. Already business is being done at prices that preclude the possibility of profit.

THE COLLIERY DISASTER. NEWCASTLE, June 29.

The prospect of recovering the of the imprisoned miners is remote. The mine is a wreck, and the rescue party are working in great peril.

THE NEW HEBRIDES. MELBOURNE, Jone 29.

Negotiations are proceeding between the Government, the Presbyterians, and the Union Company for an extension of the New Hebrides service. It is suggested that a small stnamcr should be subsidised as a feeder from the Islantlß, and Mr Gillies has requested the Union Company to submit a statement as to the amount of subsidy required.

A PAPER CURRENCY. ADELAIDE, Junk 29,

The State Bank Commission has reported against the establishment of a mint. The Commission suggest that Government should issue paper currency notes of values from 5s to LlO.

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INTERCOLONIAL., Issue 7946, 29 June 1889

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INTERCOLONIAL. Issue 7946, 29 June 1889

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