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INTERCOLONIAL.

(By Electric Telegraph—Copyright.) [Per Press Association.)

AS OTHERS SEE US. SYDNEY, July 3. (Received July 3,1889, at 1 p.m.)

The ‘ Sydney Morning Herald’ has a leading article on the condition of New Zealand. It says that the gratifying position the colony now holds is mainly due to the administration of the Atkinson Ministry, and it is very questionable whether the position would have been brought about had Sir Robert Stout continued in power, even had he reconstructed his Cabinet. While Sir Julius Vogel presided over the Treasury the present state of affairs would have been quite impossible. It goes on to say that the great increase of exports and the rapid advance of the colony’a securities show that public confidence within as well as outside of the colony has been restored. Looking at the situation from all points, the ‘ Herald]’ considers that Sir Harry Atkinson is pretty certain to remain in power until the expiry of this Parliament, and it further says : “It is best for New Zealand that it should be so.”

THE CABLE STEAMER,

SYDNEY, July 3,

The cable • repairing steamer Sberard Osborne, having effected repairs, sailed for Nelson to-day.

COLLISION AT SEA. MELBOURNE, July 3. The barque Vision, bound from Kaipara to Adelaide, has put in here, having been in collision off Cape Otway with the ship Sardomene, bound from London to Melbourne. The Vision had several of her spars carried away, but she sustained littls injury.

ABANDONED. MELBOURNE, July 3. The underwriters have abandoned the sunken ship Cape Verde,

PROMOTION.

HOBART, July 3.

The Government have appointed Mr Montgomery, of the Thames School of Mines, to the vacant Inspectorship of Mines. Mr Alexander Montgomery was dux of the Boys’ High School here, won junior and senior University scholarships, and graduated with first-class honors in chemistry; he was also assistant to Professor Black for two years.

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INTERCOLONIAL., Evening Star, Issue 7949, 3 July 1889

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INTERCOLONIAL. Evening Star, Issue 7949, 3 July 1889

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