Sydney, Juue 27.
It is understood that the wharf laborers and employers will hold another confeieuco to-morrow when probably a bns-i^ of arbitra'ion will he arranged. The owneia held a meeting to-day and the luboicis nioet to-nigut and there is juht a iiupe that mutters may be amicably at ranged.
A bill has been introduced into Iho New South Wale-i Parliament; to enable Ghaffey Brow, to establish irrigation woiks on (be Nepoan.
The Commission which was cent to the New Hebrides by tbe Presbyterian
Church reports tbe missions are flurishing and three missionaraefchav^ been established on Espiritu- Santov Tb& operations of the French Company are becoming njoie extensive; but. Franceville as n commune is practically broken up.
Adedaidb, Juna 27. The South Australian Assembly is debating Federal resolutions.
Thursday Island, June 27.
The Elsie from Troo, in New Guinea, reports pearl shell i 9 plentiful there, but a Dutch frigate patrols the place and refuses to allow British vessels to work.
Hobart, June 27. The infection which is spreading among sheep is said not to be Cumberland disease, and opinions differ 88 to whether it is stomach stampers or liver rot.
Lord Carringlon, assisted by the Earl of Kintore, Governor of South Australia aud the leading Mosons of the other colonies, yesterday installed the Rev. Mr Harris as first Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Tasmania. The ceremony was of a brilliant t
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West Coast Times, West Coast Times, Issue 7736, 28 June 1890
AUSTRALIAN NEWS. West Coast Times, Issue 7736, 28 June 1890
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