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INTERCOLONIAL.

[By Electric Telegraph—Copyright.] [Per Press Association.]

THE VICTORIAN RAILWAY ACCIDENT. MELBOURNE, May 18,

Mr Bosanquet, a jeweller, is the latest victim of last night’s railway accident, he having died this morning. Mr Wells, a painter, lies in a critical condition, but the other sufferers are progressing favorably.

DECLINED WITH THANKS, SYDNEY", May 18,

The farmers of Dubbo decline to accept New Zealand wheat for seed purposes. They say that they have tried it before and that it failed to germinate.

TURNED UP,

SYDNEY, May 18.

A portion of the Atmore’s crew have arrived here, but had heard nothing of the missing boats when they left the wreck. It is supposed that they would land at the Ba River.

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INTERCOLONIAL., Issue 7910, 18 May 1889

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INTERCOLONIAL. Issue 7910, 18 May 1889

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