[Bt Elkotbio Telegraph—Copyright.) [Per Press Association.] A HOAX. SYDNEY, May 30. The Government Geologist has inspected the so-called petrified man found near Orange and pronounces it to be a hoax. It is, he declares, merely roughly - carved marble in the shape of a human body, THE FLOODS. SYDNEY, May 30. Immense damage has been done by the floods in the Maitland district, where there is much distress in consequence. At Marrickville 20,000 bags of cereals, chiefly New Zealand and Victorian grown, have been damaged through the flood water entering the stores. A FATAL QUARREL. MELBOURNE, Mat 30, Two friends named Fitzpatrick and Richardson quarrelled at a ball at Ulupna West, and agreed to settle their differences by a fight. During the encounter Fitzpatrick fell down dead. SPORTING. ADELAIDE, May 30, The Waterloo Cup was won by Mozart.
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INTERCOLONIAL., Evening Star, Issue 7920, 30 May 1889
INTERCOLONIAL. Evening Star, Issue 7920, 30 May 1889
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