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United Press Association—By Electric Telegraph—Copyright

Received Juno 28, 10.27 a.m. Murders by Blacks in West Australia. Perth, June 28 Reports of murders by blacks show that most of the victims were swagmen. They | were kilted near Goldsfields Creek and the Ashburton River. The blacks speared or tomahawked somo while asleep. The , bodies were mutilated, and it is believed that in more than one inatance they were { cut up and eaten, Besides nine murders already reported, two others are suspected. The ringleaders, Monkey and Toby, have been arrested. A Hot Labour Dispute. Sydney, June 28 Another batch of free labourers arriving at Pelaw colliery, mob with hot reception. A large crowd including many women and boys jeered and stoned them. Ihe free labourers fired three shots into the air with revolvers to frighten the crowd. A Shocking: Suicide. 1 An insane woman at Bourke disembowled | herself with scissors and then set fire to her clothing. She succumbed to her injuries. _________«_

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AUSTRALIAN, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6607, 28 June 1905

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AUSTRALIAN Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6607, 28 June 1905

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