By Electric Telegraph.— Copyright,] (Pbb Press Association.] A CRIMINAL APPEAL COURT. SYDNEY, August 21. (Recohcd August 21,1889, at 1 p.m.) The ‘Daily Telegraph,’ commenting on the Chemis case, regrets that Sir H. Atkinson’s suggestion for the appointment of a committee to inquire into procedure after trials of such a character was not carried out, and suggests that tho Parliament of New South Wales might follow the matter upNEW SOUTH WALES DEFICIT. SYDNEY, August 21. A Bill will be introduced authorising the issue of L 2,600,000 worth of Treasury bills to cover the deficit. SENTENCED TO DEATH. MELBOURNE, August 21. Costello has been sentenced to death for the murder of Annie Thornton at the beginning of last month. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN FINANCE. ADELAIDE, August 21. The Financial Statement says that the prospects of the colony are exceedingly bright. The surplus nt the end of the year is estimated at L83,C00. A new loan will he floated, CHIEF JUSTICE ONSLOW’S CASE. PERTH, August 21. Lord Knuteford has decided that the charges against Chief Justice Onslow have not been proved, but in order to ovoid friction in future tho Chief Justice will be appointed elsewhere,
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INTERCOLONIAL., Evening Star, Issue 7991, 21 August 1889
INTERCOLONIAL. Evening Star, Issue 7991, 21 August 1889
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