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THE KLONDIKE FIELDS.

AMAZING PRICES FOR PROVISIONS. The freezing of the Yukon River has stopped the carriage of supplies to the Klondyke goldfields. It is reported that a.OOOdol were paid at Dawson City for a sack of flour and a. little bacon.

The Canadian-Pacific Railway Company intend to construct a line from Glenora via the Stikecn River to Yukon.

The Miowera took thirty miners from Sydney as passengers to Klondyke.

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THE KLONDIKE FIELDS., Issue 10419, 14 September 1897

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THE KLONDIKE FIELDS. Issue 10419, 14 September 1897

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