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THE FLOODS IN VICTORIA AND TASMANIA.

FURTHER LOSS OF LIFE. [By Electric Telegraph.—Copyright.] [Per Peess Association. 1 MELBOURNE. Jine 15. The floods still continue. Two men named M'Grath and Russell have been drowned in the Rodney district. HOBART, June lfi. The lower parts of the city are llowied, and the inhabitants have had to remove. Railway and telegraphic communication is interrupted. The weather is now moderating.

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THE FLOODS IN VICTORIA AND TASMANIA., Issue 7934, 15 June 1889

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THE FLOODS IN VICTORIA AND TASMANIA. Issue 7934, 15 June 1889

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