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INTERCOLONIAL.

[3V EtKOTBIO TKIiEBBAPH.—GOPrEIOHI.] fPKB PEESB ASSOCIATION. |

THE WEATHER PROPHETS. SYDNEY, October *!, (Received October 3,1889, ftt 1 p.m.)

Messrs Ellery, Russell, aad Todd (Government Observers of Victoria, Now South Wales, and South Australia) all discredit the theory of Mr M'Egeson, of the Weather Department, predicting a long drought next year.

A CONTINUOUS SITTING. SYDNEY, Octobers.

The stonewall over the Supplementary Estimates still continues, the remuneration of Mr John Davies, C.M.G., being the particular point at issue. The debate has been marked by discreditable washing of dirty linen- on the part booh of Premier Parkes and Mr Dibbs, Leader of the Opposition.

AN OUTCOME OF JEALOUSY. MELBOURNE, October 3. A man named John Welford has been murdered by Thomas White, who drove a long knife into his heart. The murderer was jealous of Welford's attentions to his wife,

EXPORT OF BUTTER. MELBOURNE, October 3. The Department of Agriculture is arranging for the export of butter to' England.

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INTERCOLONIAL., Issue 8028, 3 October 1889

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INTERCOLONIAL. Issue 8028, 3 October 1889

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