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TELEGRAPHIC

INTERCOLONIAL.

[Ss Eleotxho Telegraph. —• Copyright.] [Per Press Association.] GONE TO THE RESCUE. SIDNEY, September 13. (Received September 13,1889, at 12140 p.iri.i Rapid leaves to-day to rescue the crew ot the barque -Garston, which was wrecked at Stdrbuck Island. A DENIAL. SYDNEY, September 13. The Maritime Council state that they have received no communication from the London strikers asking them not to discharge any of the vessels alleged to bo manned by “ blacklegs.” IS IT A CANARD ? SYDNEY, September 13. So far as is known here no clergyman named Turuell has died leaving a legacy of LI ,400,000. SPORTING. SYDNEY, September 13. For the Hawkcsbury Handicap Lamond has again been installed first favorite, and 5 to 2 is the best price obtained against him. The betting market stands at 6 to 1 Ellerdale, S to 1 Touchstone, 10 to 1 Bustler, and 12 to 1 Bernardo. UNIFORMITY OF SCHOOL BOOKS. SYDNEY', September 13. The New South Wales Government have declined the proposal from the Victorian Government for the appointment of a conference to deal with the question of securing uniformity in school books. The South Australian Government have, however, agreed to the proposal, THE LONDON STRIKE FUND. MELBOURNE, September 13. The London strike fund has reached L 13.300.

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TELEGRAPHIC, Issue 8011, 13 September 1889

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TELEGRAPHIC Issue 8011, 13 September 1889

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