[By Electric Telegraph.—Copyright. 1 [Per Press Association.] THE JUBILEE, SYDNEY, September 4. (Received September 4, 1899 f At 1.15 p.m.) Nothing is officially known here with regard to the alleged peril in which the s.s. Jubilee was placed in Cook Strait on Captain Hansby’s last trip, NAVAL. SYDNEY, September 4. The Calliope has been recommissioned and ordered Home. She leaves in a fortnight. CARDINAL MORAN REPLIES. SYDNEY, September 4. Cardinal Moran explains that insurance companies are merely approved for the purpose of insuring church properties. He admits interdicting societies, because their funeral rites clashed with those of the Roman Catholic Church. RESPONSIBLE GOVERNMENT FOR WESTERN AUSTRALIA, PERTH, September 4. The Legislative Council has expressed its appreciation of the hearty sympathy of the colonies with Western Australia in its desire for self-government, FLOODS IN VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, September 4. The most extensive floods ever known are raging at Numurkah. Miles of country are inundated, and there has been great loss of stock. AIDING THE LONDON STRIKERS. MELBOURNE, September 4. The Seamen’s Union has voted L3OO and the Trades Council collected L 2,400 for the London dock strikers.
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INTERCOLONIAL., Evening Star, Issue 8003, 4 September 1889
INTERCOLONIAL. Evening Star, Issue 8003, 4 September 1889
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