[By Eleotbio Telegraph.—Copyright.] [Pbb Pbess Association.] THE EFFECTS CP A DRINKING BOUT. SYDNEY, July 11. (Seethed July 11, 1889, at 1 p.m.) A man named Hunter, living in the Glebe quarter of the city, during a drunken frenzy attacked his family with a knife. He stabbed his four-year-old child to death, and wounded another. The wife escaped. Hunter then attempted to commit suicide, but only wounded himself. NAUTICAL INQUIRY. MELBOURNE, Jupt 11. The result pf the inquiry into the collision between the lolanthp and tbp Cape Verde is that Pilot Gifford, who was in charge of the former at the time, hap been found guilty of an error of judgment, and suspended for twelve months. He was also ordered to pay the costs of the inquiry, A CURIOUS DIFFICULTY. ADELAIDE, July 11. Owing to the opposition to the appointment of a seventh Minister, Dr Campbel’, who was taken into the Cabinet without a portfolio, has resigned, The Governor accepted tne resignation, but the Governpaent have refused to give way, GOT OFF. BRISBANE, Jplt 11. The steamer Port Victor, which ran ashore at Restoration Island, has been floated off uninjured. She had to jettison 260 tons of coal.
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INTERCOLONIAL., Evening Star, Issue 7956, 11 July 1889
INTERCOLONIAL. Evening Star, Issue 7956, 11 July 1889
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