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INTERCOLONIAL.

(By Electric Telegraph.—Copybigm.] [Per Press Association.] THE SAN FRANCISCO SERVICE. SYDNEY, September 6. (Received September 6, 1889, at 1 p m.) The Assembly last night passed a vote for the renewal of the San Francisco service. Sir H. Parkes made a capital speech in favor of the line. An amendment to prohibit the Union Company from subletting their contract was negatived. RESTRICTING CHINESE IMMIGRATION. SYDNEY, September 6. The effect of the Chinese Restriction Act is exemplified by the fact that there have only been five arrivals of Chinamen, and no less than GOG departures, during the past eight months. THE EXODUS FROM NEW ZEALAND. SYDNEY, September 6. From June 1 to date, 1,965 persons arrived in this colony from New Zealand, and about 500 returned. The 'Telegraph' says that these figures are startling for New Zealand, and if the other colonies show a similar proportion, the result will not be encouraging. RAILWAY COLLISION. MELBOURNE, September G. A serious accident occurred on the Gippsland railway lino. A passenger train dashed into a goods train, and both engines were telescoped. The stoker of the passenger train was badly hurt, and twelve passengers were injured, VICTORIA'S OUTPUT OF GOLD. MELBOURNE, September 6. The amount of gold raised in this colony to date is sixty million ounces. The Government geologist estimates that the mines will yield eighty million ounces more.

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INTERCOLONIAL., Issue 8005, 6 September 1889

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INTERCOLONIAL. Issue 8005, 6 September 1889

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