United Press Association— By Electric Telegraph.—Copyright Keceivec'. June 1, 10.32 a.m.
Brisbane, June 1 Another case of plague has occurred here. Sydney, June 1 Another case of plague ha 3 occurred at Lismore.
The residents of the Carolines are suffer" ing from want of food as a result of the hurricane. Advices have been sent to the Board of Missions at Boston asking for immediate relief,
Thirteen magistrates m the Biggenden district have resigned because the polico magistrate granted a license they had refused.
Floods m Tasmania-
Hobart, June 1 There has been five days' continuous rain ftnd the heaviest floods known for years. In many parts miles of country are under water and much damage has been done to orchards. Traffic on the Hobart-Launces-ton railway and m other places is blocked.
Trouble with the Blacks.
Perth, June 1 It is reported that the natives m the far north are becoming very troublesome and threaten to wipe out tbe whites. This is attributed m some quarters to Dr Roth's recent report.
Vancouver Mail Service-
Melbourne, June 1 7he Postmaster-General states that nothing has yet been definitely decided as to the Vancouver mail service. It is stated that the Postmaster-General is prepared to pay a highor subsidy if a .higher speed is provided. The question between him and the Union Company is the amount to which the subsidy is to he raised.
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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6585, 1 June 1905
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