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Floods in Australia.

FURTHER LOSS OF LIFE.

[per press association.]

Sydney, April 9. A hundred and sixty-two persons are entirely homeless at Walgetta.

Women and children have been removed from Bourke. The flood waters are expected to submerge the town at the end of the week.

At Texas eleven fatalities have been reported.

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Floods in Australia., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2397, 10 April 1890

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Floods in Australia. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2397, 10 April 1890

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