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ATTACKED BY JAVA FEVER. SYDNEY, October 29, (Received October 29, 1889, at 1 p.m.)
The Eastern and Australian Steamship Company’s Catherfchun has arrived from the East. Nearly all her crew arc suffering from Java fever. Two died on the voyage, and the third officer is in a critical condition. The vessel has been admitted to pratique, as the disease is not contagious.
AUSTRALIAN FEDERATION. MELBOURNE, October 29.
Sir H. Loch was entertained at an official dinner last night. He said that he hoped that the union of Australian colonies would ultimately be brought about, and ho thought that the Federal Council presented the readiest means of attaining that end.
STOCK REGULATIONS. MELBOURNE, October 29. The importation of New Zealand sheep into Victoria and South Australia has been prohibited after November 1, in consequence of the existence of scab in that colony.
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INTERCOLONIAL, Evening Star, Issue 8050, 29 October 1889
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