[By Eleotbio Telkgeaph.—Coptbioht.l [Pkb Press Association.] AMENDING THE DIVORCE LAW. MELBOURNE, July 17. j (Reoelvcd July 17, 1869, at 12.3!) p.m.f In the Legislative Assembly a Bill has been introduced to amend the divorce law in a similar direction to that recently accepted by the Legislature of New South Wales. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN POLITICS. ADELAIDE, July 17.. In the Assembly last night Premier Cockburn announced that his Government intended to pursue a staunch policy of Protection, and that an extensive railway scheme would be proposed. Bills dealing liberally with both the land and mining would be brought up for discussion, and the Government intended to introduce a Bill providing for free education. Provision would, however, be made for granting a subsidy of 50a per head to private schools to each child passing the compulsory standards. THE CALIFORNIAN HARVEST DEFECTIVE. SYDNEY, July 17. (Received July 17,1859, at 2.15 p.m.) News received from San Francisco states that the Californian crops are likely to yield bad results. This statement caused surprise, as all previous reports have gone in the direction of promising a good yield. »
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INTERCOLONIAL., Evening Star, Issue 7961, 17 July 1889
INTERCOLONIAL. Evening Star, Issue 7961, 17 July 1889
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