[By Electric) Telegraph.-—Copyright.] [Per Press ASsociAtlon.] LOOK OUT FOR THE COMET. SYDNEY, November 6. (Received November 0,1859, at 1.15 p.m.) MrT. Neill (of the Observatory) reports that a faint comet discovered by ,Mr Borson will appear in the Southern Hemisphere about the 12th November.
STEVEDORES' STRIKE IN MELBOURNE ENDED. MELBOURNE, November 6. The stevedores' strike has been amicably settled.
THE QUEENSLAND PREMIER. BRISBANE, November 6. Sir Thomas M'llwraith will shortly leave on a visit to the Dunedin Exhibition.
DEATH OF A DISTINGUISHED EXPLORER.
ADELAIDE, November 6. Major Peter Egerton Warburton, H.E.1.C.5., died to-day, aged seventy-six. Deceased was well known in connection with various exploratory expeditions in the colony, and for his indomitable energy in pushing through the arid desert country between South and Western Australia, arriving in the latter province with a party thoroughly exhausted. Subsequently he became Commissioner of Police, and latterly had charge of the Imperial pension establishment.
THE TASMANIAN RAILWAY S. HOBART, November 6,
It is understood that tho Government intend to purchase the main line of railway for L 1,120,000.
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INTERCOLONIAL., Evening Star, Issue 8057, 6 November 1889
INTERCOLONIAL. Evening Star, Issue 8057, 6 November 1889
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