AUSTRALIAN. [REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] Sydney, March 23.
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AUSTRALIAN. [REUTERS TELEGRAMS.] Sydney, March 23.
The German squadron, undei' th< command of Admiral Knorr, hi^ left for Auckland. A railway accident occurred yes terday on what is known as th Little Zigzag portion of the Gre.v. Western Railway over the Bin Mountains. Fortunately no live were lost, the passengers escapiii' with some slight injuries and u severe shaking.
Melbourne, March 23. News from Border Town, a small township on the boundary of Vic toria and South Australia, state* that a household of nine person c have been accidentally poisoned bv arsenic. A woman and two children are dead. Another child is in a precarious condition. The other five persons have recovered from the effects of the poison.