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GOOD ADVICE. MELBOURNE, September 30. (Received September 30, 1889, at 1 p.m.)
Archdeacon Julius, of Ballarat, in announcing his acceptance of the Bishopric of Christchurch, strongly recommended his congregation to choose his successor in the colony. He considers that there is no need to go Home for clergymen, as there are plenty of good men here,
PASSENGERS FOR NEW ZEALAND. ADELAIDE, September 30. Arrived, Massilia. Passengers for New Zealand—Messrs Rhodes and Ennisley. APPOINTMENT OF GOVERNORS. ADELAIDE, September 30. The Government have received a despatch from the Colonial Office stating that it has been deemed inexpedient to alter the method of the appointment of Governors. The Colonial Secretary points to the opposition of Victoria and the probable opposir tion of Canada; also to the fact that no representation on the subject has been received from New Zealand or Tasmania. THE “JUBILEE JUGGINS” AND THE TOTALISATOR. ADELAIDE, September 30. In Benson's book recounting his colonial experiences the “Jubilee Plunger” refers to the size, bone, and substance of New Zealand horses, and to the beneficial effect of the totalisator on racing in that colony.
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INTERCOLONIAL., Evening Star, Issue 8025, 30 September 1889
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