By Eleoteio Telegraph.—Goptbiohi.] [Pkb Press Association,] THE EXHIBITION LOAN COLLECTION. SYDNEY, September 3. (Received September 3,1889, at 1 p.m.) The London correspondent of the 1 Sydney Morning Herald ’ says, referring to the collection of pictures for the Dunedin Exhibition, that it would have been possible to have secured a larger number, but the conditions imposed were not such as to induce the owners of valuable pictures to proffer them freely. FATAL FLOODS. SYDNEY, September 3. Heavy floods have been experienced, and the country between Albury and Wodonga is submerged. A farmer named Sheatber was drowned. HELD FOR MURDER. MELBOURNE, September 3. A civil engineer named Landell has been arrested for the murder of Shearlock, another engineer, who was found dead at Ringwood. He admits that ho accidentally shot him. * A STERN REBUKE, Melbourne, September 3, The * Argus,’ referring to the demand of the Victorian fishermen that a duty should be imposed on New Zealand fish, says“ It would be better if they were less indolent, and, instead of growling about ‘ rings * and ‘ middlemen,’ made more energetic efforts to put the trade on a business footing. The fish trade in Melbourne is miserably apathetic, and the present competition is probably good fpj everybody all round,’l A HANDSOME COLLECTION. MELBOURNE, September 3. At a mass meeting of sympathisers with the London strike L 1,700 was collected.
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INTERCOLONIAL., Evening Star, Issue 8002, 3 September 1889
INTERCOLONIAL. Evening Star, Issue 8002, 3 September 1889
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