[By Electric Telegraph—Copybight. ! [Per Press Association. | THE RABBIT COMMISSION AND M. PASTEUR. SYDNEY, July 19. (Received July 19,1889, at 1.10 p.m.; In connection with the allegations of Dr Germont|and M. Loir that letters addressed to them had been tampered with by the Government, the French Consul has informed Sir H. Parkes that he is satisfied that nothing dishonorable took place. He aho states that M. Pasteur had expressed displeasure at the action of MM. Germont and Loir in tho matter. TASMANIAN POLIIICS. HOB ART, July 19. In the Legislative Assembly the appointment of members of tho House to Government positions was freely discussed, and led to a want-of-confidence motion being tabled. Tho motion was subsequently withdrawn, andaii amendmentcarriedprohibitinga member from accepting office under the Government except as a Minister of the Crown or Agent-General. SHIPPING CASUALTY. BRISBANE, July 19.. Fearful weather has been experienced all along the coast, and shipping business is at a. Bta.ndat.vU. Tho German barque Gcrdheye waa wrecked at Moreton Bay, but no Uvea were lost.
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INTERCOLONIAL., Evening Star, Issue 7963, 19 July 1889
INTERCOLONIAL. Evening Star, Issue 7963, 19 July 1889
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