Bv Elbotmo Telegraph.—Cofxbigut.] [P#b Pbbss Association.) THE GREAT STRIKE. SYDNEY, August 31. (Received August 31,1889, at 12.40 p.m.) The wharf laborers here have cabled LSOO to the London dock strikers. RAINS IN NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, Ararat 31. Heavy rains have been experienced generally throughout the colony. WRECK OF THREE VESSELS. SYDNEY, August 31. Three trading vessel*, named the Margaraviae, Fleur-de-Lys, and H. L. Ticrman, have been wrecked at Marshall and Kingsmill Groups. THE TASMANIAN CABLE MELBOURNE, August 31. The Sherard Osborne is engaged in repairing the duplicate cable to Tasmania, which was injured during the recent storm. FLOODS IN VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, August 31. Heavy flooits have been experienced in many parts of the colony, and at Benalla the railway line was washed away. MORE SUBSTANTIAL SYMPATHY. MELBOURNE, August 31. Public suiiscripjtjons are being iuvited here and at Adelaide to assist the London stiikeis. COLONIAL GARRISONS. MELBOURNE, August 31. An interchange of opinions on the subject of garrisons being placed on Thursday Island and at iviDg George's Sound has resulted in an understanding that the work bo undertaken forthwith. The opinion of Major-general Edwards on the question has bsen requested.
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INTERCOLONIAL., Evening Star, Issue 8000, 31 August 1889
INTERCOLONIAL. Evening Star, Issue 8000, 31 August 1889
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