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THE EFFECTS OP “ JINGOISM.” SYDNEY, September 18.
(Received September IS, 1889, at 1 p.m.)
Premier Parkes stated in the Legislative Assembly last night that Admiral Fairfax had tried to remove the naval station to Melbourne because of the greater display of “ Jingoism ” in Victoria.
IRELAND’S GREAT HOPE. MELBOURNE, September 18.
At the Convention of the National League Mr Dillon thanked the Irish of Australia for the splendid assistance they had afforded to the National cause. Ho said that Ireland was now at the supreme crisis of her history, and almost within sight of victory. Her fate depended on the course of affairs during the next two or three years and the issue of the next general election.
SYDNEY, September 18,
The steamer Argus, bound from Newcastle to Auckland, has returned here owing to an accident to her machinery.
ASTRONOMICAL. SIDNEY, September IS. The authorities of the observatory here have received a cablegram from Professor Thury, of Geneva, intimating thatqhanges are taking place in the Moon’s surface in the centre of the crater of Plinius,
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INTERCOLONIAL., Evening Star, Issue 8015, 18 September 1889
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