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Received July 14, 10.6 a.m. A Centenarian.
Sydney, July 14 Mrs^ French has just died at Wellington New South Wales, at the age of 105.
Murders by Blacks. Perth, July 14 Later details of the murders by natives show that they are without parallell in the northwest portion of the State and extended over two years. Quite recently whites were speared and afterwards butchered and eaten. Further Floods. Further rains have fallen in the Murray valley, and the river is again rising. At Albury it ia within a foot of the highest flood level. There are fears of a big inundation. Large areas are under water, and a number of settlers have been surrounded. Melbourne, July 14 Two brothers named Hilet, while rescuing cattle at Rutherglen, were washed off their horses in a flooded creek nnd drowned.
An Invitation Declined. Melbourne, July 14
President Roosevelt has expressed his appreciation of the invitation to Me Taft and Miss Roosevelt to visit Australia and regrets that they will be unable to accept.
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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6621, 14 July 1905
AUSTRALIAN. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6621, 14 July 1905
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