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NEW SOUTH WALES.

Sydney, September 3.

Further search m the Glebe Pit has resulted m the findine of the body of a man named Hudson. It was discovered entombed m a small apartment, and from the bearen track it was apparent that the poor fellow had paced up and down until starved to death. The bodies of Beaumont, Grant and Meadows are visible, and it is believed they died m a manner similar to Hudson.

The London correspondent of the " Sydney Morning Herald " referring to the loan collection of pictures for the Dunedin Exhibition, says that \t would have been possible to secure a larger collection, but for the fact that the conditions imposed were not such as to induce owners of valuable pictures to ofjfer them freely.

Heavy floods are being experienced, and the country between Albury and Wodonga is submerged. A farmer named Sheather has been drowned.

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NEW SOUTH WALES., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2217, 4 September 1889

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NEW SOUTH WALES. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2217, 4 September 1889

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