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TEXAS HURRICANE.

MANY BODIES RECOVERED. By Cable. — Press Association. — Copyright. (A. & N.Z.) NEW YORK, Sept. «16. The bodies of 70 victims of the Texas hurricane' have been recovered. FLOODS FOLLOW WIND. (A. & N.Z.) NEW YORK, Sept. 16. In Texas, floods followed the hurricane. There is growing loss of life. The casualties will probably total 1000. So far 200 bodies have been recovered. Several small towns have been demolished. Five hundred people are believed to have been drowned at Robstown. The British steamer Bayronton foundered. A portion of the crew was rescued. Three thousand people are homeless. The town of Corpus Christi is under martial law. A BIG DEATH-ROLL. Australian and Ji.Z. Cable Association. (Rec. Sept. 18, 12.5) NEW YORK, Sept. 17. The total loss of life in Texas through the hurricane was 250. Scores of bodies washed ashore were mutilated.

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TEXAS HURRICANE., Sun, Volume VI, Issue 1746, 18 September 1919

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TEXAS HURRICANE. Sun, Volume VI, Issue 1746, 18 September 1919

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