BROKEN HILL OUTRAGE
Press Association—By Telegraph—Copyright. SYDMvY, January 5, (Received January 5. at 9.50 &.m.) ThoMniuvemcnt of the Broken Hill Cen-» tral Mine has notified tmvt, in view of thvs war crisis and the feeling engendered by Friday's ehooting, alien enemies will not. be further employed in the mineThe bodies of Gool Mahomet and Muila Abdul la, were buried by the police privately, the Mohammedans having objected to interment in their section of the gravtx yard.
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BROKEN HILL OUTRAGE, Evening Star, Issue 15692, 5 January 1915
BROKEN HILL OUTRAGE Evening Star, Issue 15692, 5 January 1915
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